Fujii, Hiroshige

Assistant Professor,Graduate School of Regional Development and Creativity, Global Area Studies, Utsunomiya University*Profile is at the time of the award.

2020Inamori Research GrantsHumanities & Sociology

Research topics
Empirical Studies on the Legacy of International Judicial Interventions in Africa: Focus on the Role of International Criminal Court Trust Fund for Victims
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Summary
The purpose of this study is to clarify what the "legacy" of judicial intervention by the International Criminal Court (ICC) is and what it actually is, in response to the issue of post-conflict peacebuilding. Although the number of cases of judicial interventions in peacebuilding has increased in recent years, they remain unclear due to the limited number of cases to date. This study therefore approaches the above objectives by theoretically and empirically examining the actual situation of the ICC Victims Trust Fund's support for conflict victims and its impact on the victim communities, which was implemented in conjunction with the ICC judicial intervention, mainly in Uganda, Africa.

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I would like to proceed with my research with the readiness to confront "various" people who have survived the conflict. I am determined to make the most of this grant so that one day I can say that I have left behind research results that will be useful for the greater good of humanity and the world.

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