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Hybrid Courts

ФИО студента: Viktoriia Morenkova

Руководитель: Alexander Evseev

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Law

Программа: Lawyer in the Sphere of Justice and Law Enforcement (Master)

Год защиты: 2020

Hybrid courts are often the most effective criminal tribunals that are currently used to deal with international crimes, as they best combine national participation, as well as domestic and international norms, while respecting human rights standards. The relevance of this work is determined by the fact that in modern conditions and past conflicts that require consideration at the international level, hybrid tribunals, due to the strengthening of internal jurisdiction by attracting national actors, contribute most to the transition of a state to long-term stability. The main aspect of the research is the consideration of this particular feature, which is unique to mixed tribunals and to some extent elevates them over other criminal justice bodies.

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