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Human Rights Monitoring And Fact-Finding

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This chapter looks at how the justice issue was handled in the peace process. The International Conference on Former Yugoslavia (ICFY) negotiators not only supported the establishment of an international criminal tribunal, they actively supported forensic investigations of mass grave sites. The negotiators and staff of the ICFY supported the establishment of the Commission of Experts and cooperated with them from the outset. Vance and Owen, later joined by Stoltenberg, supported the establishment of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and encouraged its activities behind the scenes while pressing on with efforts to negotiate peace agreements for Bosnia and Herzegovina and for Croatia. For both peacemakers and peacekeepers in UN peace operations in the former Yugoslavia it was learning experience to tackle issues of human rights and justice.

Keywords:ICTY; international conference on former Yugoslavia (ICFY); justice; Owen; Vance



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