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We make law.

CJA has developed key legal doctrine that sets standards for international human rights prosecutions.

We uphold truth & dignity.

“Survivors of torture around the world will not be silenced. With the help of CJA we are rising up to hold our abusers accountable.” – Nobel Prize winner and CJA client Rigoberta Menchú Tum.

We win cases.

CJA has won favorable verdicts in every case that has gone to trial.

OUR IMPACT

We make law.

CJA has developed key legal doctrine that sets standards for international human rights prosecutions.

We uphold truth & dignity.

“Survivors of torture around the world will not be silenced. With the help of CJA we are rising up to hold our abusers accountable.” – Nobel Prize winner and CJA client Rigoberta Menchú Tum.

We win cases.

CJA has won favorable verdicts in every case that has gone to trial.

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Split-Decision in Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity Case Against Khmer Rouge Official Ao An Leaves Prospect of Justice for Victims Uncertain

MEDIA ADVISORY December 20, 2019, Phnom Penh, Cambodia– Yesterday, the Pre-Trial Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of

International human rights and humanitarian law experts urge the Bolivian Government and Armed Forces to abide by their international law obligations

MEDIA ADVISORY Read in Spanish Media Contacts Claret VargasCenter for Justice & Accountabilitycvargas@cja.org Thomas BeckerInternational Human Rights ClinicHarvard Law Schooltbecker@law.harvard.edu

Expertas y expertos internacionales en derechos humanos y derecho humanitario instan al Gobierno y las Fuerzas Armadas de Bolivia a cumplir con sus obligaciones de derecho internaciona

NOTA DE PRENSA English Contactos: Claret Vargas, Center for Justice & Accountability (Centro por la Justicia y Rendición de Cuentas)cvargas@cja.org

News

Split-Decision in Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity Case Against Khmer Rouge Official Ao An Leaves Prospect of Justice for Victims Uncertain

MEDIA ADVISORY December 20, 2019, Phnom Penh, Cambodia– Yesterday, the Pre-Trial Chamber of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of

International human rights and humanitarian law experts urge the Bolivian Government and Armed Forces to abide by their international law obligations

MEDIA ADVISORY Read in Spanish Media Contacts Claret VargasCenter for Justice & Accountabilitycvargas@cja.org Thomas BeckerInternational Human Rights ClinicHarvard Law Schooltbecker@law.harvard.edu

Expertas y expertos internacionales en derechos humanos y derecho humanitario instan al Gobierno y las Fuerzas Armadas de Bolivia a cumplir con sus obligaciones de derecho internaciona

NOTA DE PRENSA English Contactos: Claret Vargas, Center for Justice & Accountability (Centro por la Justicia y Rendición de Cuentas)cvargas@cja.org

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