Special Court for Sierra Leone (Sierra Leone Tribunal)

Special Court for Sierra Leone (Sierra Leone Tribunal)

Definition

A judicial body established by the United Nations and Sierra Leone to prosecute international humanitarian law and Sierra Leonean law violations that occurred during the Sierra Leone Civil War. The court operated from 2002 to 2013 and it was the first international tribunal to prosecute individuals for the recruitment and use of child soldiers.

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