- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgements
- Table of Cases
- Table of Legislation
- List of Abbreviations
- List of Contributors
- 1 The Last Testament of the ICTY
- 2 Making Complementarity a Reality
- 3 The ICTY and the Defence Legacy
- 4 The Moral Legacy of the ICTY
- 5 The ICTY is Dead! Long Live the ICTY!
- 6 Legacies in the Making at the ICTY
- 7 The Narrative Legacies of Exceptional Crime
- 8 Meandering Jurisprudence and Unanticipated Legacies
- 9 Symbolic Expression at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
- 10 A Partial View of History
- 11 Handle with Care
- 12 Lessons Learned from the Use of DNA Evidence in Srebrenica-related Trials at the ICTY
- 13 Whither Thou Truth and Justice
- 14 Defence Investigative Ethics
- 15 Judgments and Judgment Drafting
- 16 Muzzling the Press
- 17 Translating and Interpreting at the ICTY
- 18 Was it Worth it?
- 19 The Legacy of Youth Outreach at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
- 20 Punishing for Humanity
- 21 Vertical Inconsistency of International Sentencing? The ICTY and Domestic Courts in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- 22 When Justice is Done
- 23 Narratives of Justice and War in Croatia
- 24 The Legacy of the ICTY
- 25 Cooperation between Serbia and the ICTY for the Investigation and Prosecution of Violations of International Humanitarian Law
- 26 ‘We Learnt that from The Hague’
- 27 The Peace versus Justice Debate Revisited
- 28 Croatia’s Homeland War, the Battles Over Victor’s Justice, and the Legacy of the ICTY
- 29 The (Lack of) Impact of the ICTY on the Public Memory of the War in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- 30 The Broken Path to Reconciliation in Bosnia and Herzegovina
- 31 The ICTY, Truth, and Reconciliation
- Name Index
- Subject Index
Was it Worth it?
Was it Worth it?
A Look into the Results of the ICTY’s Outreach Programme
- (p.355) 18 Was it Worth it?
- Legacies of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
- Oxford University Press
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia’s (ICTY) Outreach Programme was a new effort in the field of international criminal justice, with little existing experience to build upon. Relying on fundraising for financing and operating in sometimes openly hostile political circumstances in the former Yugoslavia, the Outreach Programme nevertheless managed to engage its target groups over nearly two decades. This chapter starts with an analysis of the early activities of the Outreach Programme, with particular focus on evaluation (or the lack thereof) of the impact. It then offers a more detailed discussion of outreach projects implemented from 2010 onwards and some differences in evaluation of their short- and long-term impact. It concludes with some recommendations on possible ways to use the experiences beyond the closure of the ICTY.
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