The series of documentaries produced by the Outreach Programme aims at making the ICTY’s work more visible and comprehensible. The movies focus on key jurisprudence and some of the milestone cases that shaped the history of international criminal justice.
The films were presented and distributed both in the former Yugoslavia and internationally to a wide range of audiences. They were acclaimed by victim groups, academics, civil society and students, and recognised as powerful educational tools.
Neighbors against neighbors.
If you were the victim of war crimes, would you come forward to testify?
The discovery that set international criminal justice into motion.
The Tribunal's historic role in the prosecution of wartime sexual violence.
Creating the first international tribunal since Nuremberg.
Never Justified: ICTY and the Crime of Torture