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Making Justice Count: Assessing the impact and legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone in Sierra Leone and Liberia

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Témoignages.re / 30 October 2012

The issuing of the Charles Taylor judgment and sentence brings the mandate of the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL), as the principal accountability mechanism to try those who bear the greatest responsibility for the crimes committed during the conflict in Sierra Leone since November 1996, near to completion. As the Court winds down its activities, the importance of the Special Court for Sierra Leone’s impact and legacy in Sierra Leone and Liberia is of utmost significance.

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