New ICIP publications

This autumn, the ICIP has published two new titles in its Policy Papers collection: Strategies to redimension the relationship between the EU and the ICC after Kampala, by Claudia Jimenez Cortes, Montserrat Pi Llorens and Esther Zapater Duque, and How to make criminal accountability of UN officials and experts on mission more effective?, by Xavier Pons Rafols. Both texts are available in Catalan, Spanish and English on the ICIP website.

We have also expanded the Working Papers collection, with three more titles: El Foro Social Mundial y los movimientos antisistémicos, by the economist and social movements and culture of peace researcher Jordi Calvo; Nuevas tendencias en la construcción de la paz. Otra forma de innovación social, by Paul Ríos and Gorka Espiau; Cultural Relativism in the Universal Periodic Review of the Human Right Council, by Roger Lloret Blackburn.

Finally, the ICIP Bibliographic Dossier Number 3, a collection of articles on peace and security published recently in the journals available in the ICIP Library, has also been published. The issue includes a specific section on articles relating to the abandonment of armed struggle.