Mandato: Justicia


The best and worst countries to be a woman
Publicado el: 28 de octubre de 2019

An exclusive first look at the upcoming Women, Peace, and Security Index shows how these countries might surprise you—and why it’s strategic to care. STORY BY EVE CONANT GRAPHICS BY IRENE BERMAN-VAPORIS, LAWSON PARKER, AND ROSEMARY WARDLEY PUBLISHED OCTOBER 15, 2019 A version of this story is part of our November 2019 special issue of National Geographic magazine, “Women: A […]


Venezuela does not meet the criteria to occupy a chair in the Human Rights Council
Publicado el: 15 de octubre de 2019

Venezuela is confronting a multidimensional crisis, resulting in massive violations of human rights. At least Since 2015, a complex humanitarian emergency has affected the lives of millions of Venezuelans, forcing them to flee the country. To date 4.3 million Venezuelans have left the country in the last four years, making it the second largest refugee […]


Venezuela no cumple con los criterios para ocupar una silla en el Consejo de Derechos Humanos
Publicado el: 14 de octubre de 2019

Por Beatriz Borges Venezuela atraviesa una crisis multidimensional que ha causado profundos daños en la población, e implica violaciones masivas y generalizadas a los derechos humanos. Al menos desde el 2015, en el país existe una emergencia humanitaria compleja que afecta la vida de millones de venezolanos, quienes han tenido que dejar el país para […]


The application of the ‘interests of justice’ during the preliminary examinations stage

Talita de Souza Dias DPhil in Public International Law, University of Oxford; Post-doctoral Researcher at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford; Tutor in Criminal Law, St Catherine’s College,   Introduction The preliminary examinations stage is the very first phase of investigations conducted by the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC, the Court). […]