Justice delayed? Justice denied? Justice served?

16 April 2019

What does the retrial of genocide convict Augustin Ngirabatware mean for international criminal law and the victims of the 1994 genocide?

Claire Boost

Claire M. H. Boost is a PhD Candidate within the Faculty of Law at Maastricht University, researching the legitimisation strategies developed and implemented by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Alongside her research, Claire teaches three courses: International Criminal Law, Concepts of Criminal Procedure and 'Atrocity Triangle' (the supranational criminology of gross human rights violations); and supervises bachelor and master theses on topics related to international criminal law, transitional justice, supranational criminology and the criminal justice system in Rwanda. Furthermore, Claire serves on the Board of the Maastricht Centre for Human Rights and is a member of the Netherlands Network for Human Rights Researchers.