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Video: The Situation in Darfur

Learn more about the role of the International Criminal Court and the situation in Darfur. This video outlines the conflict and asks: Can the ICC intervene in a sovereign state like the Sudan, and how can it enforce its arrest warrant in such a nation?

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Produced by Skylight Pictures in collaboration with Facing History and Ourselves.

This video can be viewed in its entirety here, or in segments:

The Situation in Darfur: Part 1 of 3

Darfur - part 1 of 3International Criminal Court Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo discusses the Court's investigation into the crimes against humanity perpetrated against the civilian population in Darfur by the Sudanese government. Watch now »


The Situation in Darfur: Part 2 of 3

Darfur - part 2 of 3Can the International Criminal Court intervene in the sovereign nation of Sudan? And if so, how can the ICC enforce its arrest warrants? Prosecutor Louis Moreno Ocampo explains why it is important to show how the state of Sudan was used to commit crimes against humanity. Watch now »


The Situation in Darfur: Part 3 of 3

Darfur - part 2 of 3International Criminal Court Prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo continues to investigate the situation in Darfur, concluding that President Omar al-Bashir is directly implicated in the Sudanese genocide. Watch now »

Educators:Facing History and Ourselves is facilitating an online workshop about the International Criminal Court, free for educators, December 1-15, 2009.

To find out more about the workshop and register, go to www.facinghistory.org/reckoningworkshop





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[T]he film is about accountability. It's about bringing the perpetrators of the worst crimes happening in the world to justice.”

— Pamela Yates, Filmmaker