Here’s a great new resources for those of you doing international criminal law research on gender issues! The War Crimes Research Office and the Women and International Law Program at American University’s Washington College of Law have launched a new website, the Gender Jurisprudence and International Criminal Law Project: www.genderjurisprudence.org. The website includes the Gender Jurisprudence Collections, an excellent new database containing over 26,000 documents from international criminal courts and tribunals relating to gender-based violence. Document types range from pre-trial to appeals proceedings, and include judgments, indictments, chamber decisions, and orders, among others.
The database allows you to search documents by tribunal, date, name of the accused, document type, and stage of the proceeding, to browse the collection, or to perform a keyword search. The database allows allows you to search by sexual or gender-based issue or by sexual and gender-based charges.
Check it out!