In That Someone Guilty Be Punished, Diane F. Orentlicher, professor of law at American University, looks at the effects and effectiveness of the ICTY, including lessons to improve future efforts to provide justice for survivors of atrocious crimes. Perhaps most importantly, Orentlicher examines the impact of the tribunal through the words and experiences of those in whose name it was established: the victims and survivors. Their expectations, hopes, and disappointments are chronicled alongside the tribunal’s achievements and limitations. Based on hundreds of hours of interviews—and featuring the voices and perceptions of dozens of Bosnian interlocutors—That Someone Guilty Be Punished provides a comprehensive and complex portrait of the ICTY and its impact on Bosnia.Published by the International Center for Transitional Justice and the Open Society Justice Initiative (2010), available at http://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/publications/someone-guilty-be-punished-impact-icty-bosnia
Orentlicher, Diane, "That Someone Guilty Be Punished: The Impact of the ICTY in Bosnia" (2001). Reports. 16.
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