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Tribunals, Courts

UN Sustainable Development Goals

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

Organizations relating to Tribunals, Courts

International Association of Prosecutors / Est. 1995
Economic Court of the Commonwealth of Independent States / Est. 1992
Convention Concerning Courts Jurisdiction and the Enforcement of Judgements in Civil and Commercial Matters / Est. 1968
Foundation for the Establishment of an International Criminal Court / Est. 1970
International Court of Justice / Est. 1946
International Military Tribunal / Est. 1945
International War Tribunal / Est. 1945
Appeals Board of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development / Est. 1950
African Slave Trade Mixed Tribunals / Est. 1819
Inter-American Association of Public Prosecution / Est. 1954
International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea
Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court / Est. 1967
Community Court of Justice / Est. 1991
World Court Project / Est. 1992
St Petersburg International Commercial Arbitration Court / Est. 1997
Benelux Court of Justice / Est. 1974
Tribunal criminel européen
Nordic Annual Meetings the National Directors of Public Prosecutions
Court of Justice of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa / Est. 1998
Conference of European Constitutional Courts / Est. 1972
Central American Legality Examination Court
Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos / Est. 1978
Convention for the creation of an international criminal court
Additional Protocol to the Inter-American Convention on Letters Rogatory / Est. 1979
Court of the First Instance of the European Economic Area / Est. 1991

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World Problems relating to Tribunals, Courts

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Denial of right to appeal
Hindrance of law enforcement
Adversary culture
Prohibitive cost of linguistic interpretation in legal proceedings
Unethical practices in the legal system
Excessive cost of effective prosecution of offenders
Disagreement among experts
Alienating judicial procedures
Failure to appear for trial after release
Remission of sentences for military crimes against humanity
Ineffective legal system
Denial of defendant's right of silence
Internment without trial
Proliferation of litigation
Government refusal to accept the jurisdiction of international courts of justice
Government failure to prosecute offenders
Delay in administration of justice
Inadequate development of international criminal law
Inadequate evidence to convict known offenders
Religious discrimination in the administration of justice

Action Strategies relating to Tribunals, Courts

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting the environment through criminal prosecution
Prosecuting serious violations of humanitarian rights
Making final legal judgement
Establishing international environmental court of justice
Opposing international criminal court
Exposing effective negative loans from development banks to developing countries
Prosecuting privacy violations on the internet
Exposing linguistic elitism
Respecting democratic processes
Prohibiting dumping of hazardous wastes
Providing jury trial
Increasing effectiveness of war crime prosecution
Correcting military misconduct
Condemning wantonness
Democratizing regimes
Condemning puritanism
Democratizing leadership
Democratizing police state
Exposing elitism in communist systems
Condemning elitist control of production
Condemning physical discipline of children
Correcting misconduct of magistrates
Correcting misconduct of geological experts
Correcting misconduct by media representatives

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