Miracle Chinwenmeri Uche


Dr Miracle Chinwenmeri Uche is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Westminster Law School where she teaches international law and global justice, Guided Project: War and Peace, and criminal law. Miracle has been researching justice for victims and their participation in the investigation and prosecution of core international crimes at the international, and national levels. She has examined capacity building of states to prosecute these crimes, and innovative, transformative, and sustainable reparations for victims as part of criminal justice and wider transitional justice processes. Miracle has worked on socio-cultural integration, and development projects in the Netherlands and Nigeria through Stichting Unity in Diversity. Contact details: m.uche@westminster.ac.uk

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Bringing Justice Closer to Victims and Creating a Community of Practice? Some Thoughts on Ways to Implement the ICC OTP’s Policy on Complementarity and Cooperation

The Office of the Prosecutor (OTP) of the International Criminal Court (ICC) launched a public consultation on its Draft Policy on Complementarity and Cooperation (‘Draft Policy’) on 6 October 2023. The Draft Policy contains four pillars which are meant to form the basis for deepening the OTP’s engagement with national authorities —creating a community of practice, technology…

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