The Rise and fall of a new type of crime against humanity : the crime against humanity of forced marriage
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Torres Pérez, María Perfil
This document is a artículoDate2015

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The practice of forced marriage rose as a new crime against humanity in the case law of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, but it has had a short and contentious life, being abandoned after a few years by other international criminal tribunals. This paper is devoted to the study of the international case law established by the international criminal tribunals -Special Court for Sierra Leone, and International Criminal Court- that have heard cases where allegations of force marriage have been raised up.

    Torres-Perez, María 2015 The Rise and fall of a new type of crime against humanity : the crime against humanity of forced marriage Journal of Law and Criminal Justice 3 2 25 35
https://doi.org/10.15640/jlcj.v3n2a3
distribuido bajo licencia Creative Commons de Reconocimiento-NoComercial 3.0 No adaptada

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