For Humanity by Mr. Richard J. Goldstone
Reflections of a War Crimes Investigator (Castle Lectures Series)

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Richard J. Goldstone's account of his progression from a young activist opposing South Africa's racial policies to the world's first independent war crimes prosecutor. In it, he argues in favour of the move towards establishing a permanent international criminal court.

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Goldstone is involved in many humanitarian causes. Among his current activities, he is chairperson of the International Independent Inquiry on Kosovo and heads the board of the Human Rights Institute of South Africa.
Published August 11, 2000 by Yale University Press. 176 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, History, Political & Social Sciences, Crime, Professional & Technical, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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South African judge Goldstone, drawing on his experiences investigating the causes of political unrest during South Africa’s transition to democracy and as chief prosecutor of Yugoslavian and Rwandan war crimes, offers a cogent memoir of those times as well as a brief for supporting an internati...

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The strength of this book lies less in its words than in the experiences of the author Goldstone, a South African who chaired the commission that investigated atrocities committed under apartheid and also chief prosecutor of tribunals in the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda.

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