New Book Publication: The Latest Volume of the Nuremberg Academy Series ‘Integrity in International Justice’ is out now

The Nuremberg Academy is pleased to announce that the fourth volume of the Nuremberg Academy Series entitled Integrity in International Justice, edited by Morten Bergsmo and Viviane E. Dittrich, has now been published.

This is the first book to comprehensively analyse integrity in international justice. Thirty-three chapters discuss in-depth the meaning of integrity, awareness and culture of integrity, the roles of international organizations and states as well as international courts in enhancing integrity, integrity as seen through the lens of cases, and the relationship between the principles of independence and integrity. The book considers integrity as a legally binding standard in international courts, while including perspectives from other disciplines such as philosophy, history, psychology and religion. It argues that respect for integrity among high officials and staff members is a prerequisite for international courts and other international organizations to fulfil their mandates.

Read the introductory chapter, which highlights the importance and relevance of the topic and provides a concise overview of the structure and content of the book.

The anthology relates to the international expert conference ‘Integrity in International Justice’, which was co-organised by the Nuremberg Academy and the Centre for International Law Research and Policy (CILRAP) in the Peace Palace in The Hague, The Netherlands, in December 2018.

The authors include the prominent judges Hans Corell, Richard J. Goldstone, Hanne Sophie Greve, Ivana Hrdlicková, Erik Møse and David Re, and 37 other leading actors and experts in the field of international justice: Adedeji Adekunle, Jonathan Agar, Marina Aksenova, Antonio Angotti, Mohamed Badar, Morten Bergsmo, Vieri Biondi, Julija Bogoeva, Emiliano J. Buis, Andrew T. Cayley CMG QC, Dieneke de Vos, Viviane E. Dittrich, David Donat Cattin, Gunnar Ekeløve-Slydal, Polona Florijancic, Jan Fougner, Shannon Fyfe, Gregory S. Gordon, Alexander Heinze, Marta Hirsch-Ziembinska, Brigid Inder OBE, Karim A.A. Khan, Cyril Laucci, Adel Maged, Teresa McHenry, Suhail Mohammed, Salim A. Nakhjavani, Juan Carlos Botero Navia, Matthias Neuner, Shan Patel, Adrian M. Plevin, Basil Saen, Bettina Spilker, Christopher Staker, Ann Marie Ursini, Melissa Verpile and William H. Wiley.

You can download the e-book version of the book here on the Nuremberg Academy website and order the print version of the book via the TOAEP website.

The Nuremberg Academy Series is a book publication series of the Nuremberg Academy, which is edited by the Academy’s Deputy Director Dr. Viviane Dittrich. The Series is published by the Torkel Opsahl Academic EPublisher (TOAEP). The Academy and the Centre for International Law Research and Policy (CILRAP) co-operate on the promotion of high-quality open access publications in international law.

The Series includes work that is interdisciplinary and brings together academics and practitioners focused on practical and innovative applications of international criminal law. It covers relevant and topical areas that are under-researched or require renewed attention. Grounded in the legacy of the Nuremberg Principles – the foundation of contemporary international criminal law – it addresses persistent and pressing legal issues and explores the twenty-first century challenges encountered in combating impunity for core international crimes.

Watch here a short introduction to the book by Dr. Viviane Dittrich, Deputy Director of the Nuremberg Academy.

For a full introduction to the topic "Integrity of International Justice" see this film here.

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