The acceptance study is the first interdisciplinary research project of the Nuremberg Academy aiming at developing a comprehensive research tool for assessing acceptance in different situation countries. The acceptance project contributes to shed light on understanding ‘how international criminal justice is accepted by relevant actors in situation countries?’ and to provide consolidated findings to practitioners and academics.
The main academic contribution of this interdisciplinary research project is amongst others, an online edited publication. Each of its chapters captures and defines the puzzle of acceptance manifestations while looking at the landscape in which relevant actors and international criminal justice operate.
For the full list of all chapters please see the Acceptance Online Platform.