Victim’s rights

7 May 2014

Congo: unsatisfactory verdict for crimes committed in Minova

ASF believe that the ruling passed by the North Kivu Operational Military Court can only be a first step towards the search for the real culprits of the atrocities committed in the town of Minova in 2012. More than a thousand victims of rape and looting wait for compensation, as well as the truth about who was responsible.


10 February 2014

Victims of the “Terminator” await crucial stage in proceedings

As the International Criminal Court begins its evaluation of the charges against Congolese warlord Bosco Ntaganda today, ASF reiterates that the safety of the 922 victims taking part in the procedure is paramount.


26 November 2013

En RDC, ASF apporte une assistance légale aux victimes de crimes internationaux © ASF/Bahia Zrikem

ASF represents victims at The Hague

On 22 November, as part of the Assembly of States Parties, Avocats Sans Frontières led a side event to promote victim participation in International Criminal Court proceedings. This was a first, as never before has such an event been entirely dedicated to hearing the voices of victims.



20 December 2018

Review of the environmental and social impact assemment report of the Tilenga project (Uganda)

Civil Society Organizations’ Comments and Recommendations Submitted to The National Environment Management Authority


15 November 2018

17 October 2018

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