The Reckoning: The Battle for the International Criminal Court is a feature length documentary about the ICC and its Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo.
Facing History has a range of resources on Japanese and Japanese American incarceration (often referred to as "Japanese internment") during World War II that you can use to accompany the Righting a Wrong poster exhibition.
Learn the background and context surrounding the life and work of Jimmy Otim who was abducted into the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda as a child and now works as for the International Criminal Court today.
This interview is part of a group of resources in Facing History's collection centered around the film The Reckoning: Understanding The International Criminal Court.
Facing History and Ourselves believes that definitions are “works-in-progress.” Our understanding of ideas is continually refined as we learn new information, often in collaboration with others. As we study the past and reflect on experiences in the present, we encourage students to construct their own meaning of important concepts. The “working definitions” provided in this glossary reflect how students might begin to define key terms they will encounter as they study international justice.
Ethnic groups living in Darfur, a territory in the southwest region of Sudan, have competed for essential resources (e.g., land and water) for centuries. These primarily agrarian tribes felt marginalized by the central government in Khartoum, especially since the military coup in 1989.
The 15-minute film module, Law or War: The Creation of the International Criminal Court (below), explores the creation of the first permanent international court in history created to investigate and prosecute individual
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