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Published: 05 December 2019

288 Pages

216x138mm

ISBN: 9780198818748


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This publication is part of the Policing Publishing Program

Written by the 2019 winner of the ESC Young Criminologist Award

Advocates of Humanity

Human Rights NGOs in International Criminal Justice

Kjersti Lohne

Clarendon Studies in Criminology

  • Connects insights from criminology, sociology, international relations and international criminal law
  • Based on multi-sited ethnography of transnational (dis)connections
  • Offers the first analytical approach to international criminal justice from a sociology of punishment perspective
  • Addresses the underlying material and discursive arrangements for the ICC's current pushback against the concept and practice of international criminal justice, and from African states in particular
  • Uses spatial analysis to map out 'where' international criminal justice takes place, moving from the global to the institutional to the local
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