About the International Justice Tribune
The International Justice Tribune (IJT) is your source for independent journalism on justice issues around the world.
IJT was created in March 2004 by four professional journalists. They previously published an online magazine, Diplomatie Judiciaire, and a newsletter, Ubutabera ('justice' in Kinyarwanda). For seven years, the two specialized publications covered international courts and judicial processes, starting with the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), two years after the Rwandan genocide.
Most of this journalistic work is now available for our members in the archives section of this website. It constitutes a unique independent database on the last decade of international justice.
Twelve years since its creation, IJT's approach remains independent, investigative and analytical. With a worldwide network of correspondents, the newsletter covers on-going criminal proceedings on war crimes, crimes against humanity and torture, before the international and the national courts. Providing its readers with a global, comprehensive reporting and in-depth exploration of the fast-evolving world of international justice, IJT helps by providing context and perspective.
IJT is interested in forming partnerships that can help enrich independent journalistic reporting in the field. If interested in exploring a partnership with us, please contact: info(at)justicetribune(dot)com. At present, IJT is collaborating with Radio Netherlands Worldwide (RNW) via the Justice Hub.