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Reimagining International Courts and Tribunals Round Up

Reimagining International Courts and Tribunals Round Up

Eagerness, however welcome, to create new international courts, tribunals, and monitoring bodies is damaging if it outruns the capacity to ensure their adequate composition and administration. The remedy: more realism in internal but also external expectations, backed by proper financing, and commitment to depoliticising elections, but re-politicising support for outcomes. 
Sir Frank Berman KCMG QC

  

Reduce the distance between international bodies and ordinary individuals. Sit locally. Carry out in country visits. Make full use of technology. Try an #askmeanything. Ensure outputs are accessible and user-friendly. Reduce jargon. Demonstrate relevance to everyday lives.
Dr Sandesh Sivakumaran 

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