Should War-Time Crimes Be Punished in Liberia?

Civil society activists have appealed to legislators to set up a court to try crimes committed during Liberia's civil war. But the government says the issue is not a top priority right now. During a workshop, students learned storytelling techniques, games, and improved their cartooning skills, while engaging in discussions on the theoretical justifications for punishment of international crimes, including war crimes, and its application.

  • Liberia:   Should War-Time Crimes Be Punished?

    FrontPageAfrica, 3 September 2018

    Art students draw the complexity of whether or not war-time crimes should be punished in Liberia today. With the increasing demands to end impunity of those past crimes, Liberian… Read more »

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