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Brian Concannon, Beyond Complementarity: The International Criminal Court and National Prosecutions, A View From Haiti (Colum. Human Rights Law Review)

Columbia Human Rights Law Review Fall, 2000 32 Colum. Human Rights L. Rev. 201 ARTICLE: BEYOND COMPLEMENTARITY:THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT AND NATIONAL PROSECUTIONS, A VIEW FROM HAITI NAME: by Brian Concannon, Jr.* BIO: * Attorney, Bureau des Avocats Internationaux (BAI), Port-au-Prince, Ha<um i>ti. The author has lived and worked on human rights issues in Haiti since 1995. In 1995 and early 1996 he was a Human Rights Observer with MICIVIH, the United Nations (UN)/Organization of American States (OAS) human rights mission to Haiti. Since June 1996, he has headed the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux (BAI), an organization funded by the Haitian government to help the judiciary with human rights prosecutions. The BAI’s work includes: representing victims in the pre-trial, trial, and appellate phases of human rights cases; assisting investigative judges and prosecutors; coordinating with special police units; advising national officials […]

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