ICLS provides legal and technical training, advice and support in order to ensure accountability for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide.
Our clients and the beneficiaries of our services include national, regional, hybrid and international courts, judges, prosecutors, defence counsel, court registries, governmental authorities, armed forces, non governmental organisations and businesses.
ICLS’ Board of Directors have dissolved ICLS with effect from 31 December 2013.
Elements of ICLS’ expertise have been transferred to the Institute for International Criminal Investigations (IICI) (www.iici.info). Former ICLS experts, including some members of the ICLS Board of Directors, are now associated with IICI. ICLS’ expertise on providing technical assistance, capacity-building and other advisory and assistance services to prosecutors, judiciaries, governments, inter-governmental organisations, international organisations and others in the area of international criminal justice now resides in IICI.
ICLS’ publications, and related intellectual property rights, also now belong to IICI.
IICI’s contact details in The Hague are as follows:Institute for International Criminal Investigations Anna Paulownastraat 101 2518 BC Den Haag The Netherlands Tel: +31 70 364 4660 Fax: +31 70 363 2300
Public ICLS — and now IICI — publications are available for download here:
International Criminal Law and Practice: Training Materials for: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia
Expert Workshop: Giving Effect to the Law on War Crimes, Crimes against Humanity and Genocide in South Africa
International Criminal Law Training Materials for the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (with OSJI)
Notes on Rwanda’s Transfer Law
Guide on International Criminal Law for Rwandan Practitioners
The unfinished business of the UN international criminal tribunals of the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and Rwanda (ICTR) – The future role of the EU and its member states
Training for Justice Sector Officials and Stakeholders in Uganda
Sustainable Transition of the Registry and International Donor Support to the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Prosecutor’s Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2009
Suggestions for Future Lessons-Learned Studies: the Experience of Other International and Hybrid Criminal Courts of Relevance to the International Criminal Court