New ICRC blog post: “Administration of Justice by Armed Groups”

A new post on the ICRC’s Humanitarian Law & Policy blog highlights some of the most important issues on this topic, as recently highlighted by a new report by Geneva Call, including the ability of armed non-state actors to carry out judicial processes. The post particularly focuses on the prosecution of foreign fighters by certain groups in Syria, and the meanings of “independence” and “impartiality” in these processes. The full post is available below:

Administration of justice by armed groups: Some legal and practical concerns