16 Jun 2020
Covid-19 and State Crime
ISCI in cooperation with students from the Global Health Program at Queen Mary University have launched the Covid-19 and State Crime Project, which provides country profiles where we analyse the multiple ways in which Covid emergency measures have been exploited to formalise and normalise human rights violations, expose pre-existing state crime...
16 Jun 2020
Hungary and Covid: before and after / Elliott Goat
The witch is gone but the spell remains. Despite repealing the extraordinary measures granted him to fight the...
11 Jun 2020
Selective responses to justice under Covid-19 in Ireland / Dr Ruth Fletcher
As Ireland passes through the second anniversary of the abortion rights referendum and the fifth anniversary of the...
10 Dec 2019
Who rules Algeria? Part 1: The manoeuvres of General Bouazza Ouassini and other ‘strong men’
by Jeremy H. Keenan  10 December 2019...
10 Dec 2019
Qui gouverne l’Algérie? Partie 1: Les manœuvres du Général Bouazza Ouassini et d’autres « hommes forts » du régime
Par Jeremy Keenan [i] [Traduction par Zoé Léa Lemu] Le 10 Décembre 2019...
05 Dec 2019
ISCI supports Boycott Myanmar Campaign
The Free Rohingya Coalition and allied networks seek solidarity with and participation in their grassroots activism campaign to bring to bear economic, cultural and popular pressure on Myanmar and the coalition government of Aung San Suu Kyi and the military in order to end the country’s persecution, discrimination and violence against the...
18 Apr 2018
GENOCIDE ACHIEVED, GENOCIDE CONTINUES: MYANMAR’S ANNIHILATION OF THE ROHINGYA [ISCI REPORT]
[CLICK HERE FOR FULL PDF OF REPORT] EXECUTIVE SUMMARY...
5 Mar 2017
Official Opening Session: Permanent People’s Tribunal on Myanmar’s State Crimes against Rohingya, Kachin and other Groups
Media Advisory Official Opening Session:...
The State Crime Testimony Project (SCTP) aims to enrich understandings of elite deviance through the provision of data and materials that is often marginalised, hidden or destroyed by those in power. During the course of the 20th century newly emerging, and well established, states killed and plundered on a grand scale. However, these acts of barbarity have not met silence. Indeed, diverse communities of resistance around the world have, and continue to, censure domestic and foreign governments for trammelling fundamental human rights norms.
Toxic Waste Dumping In Abidjan: Testimony Project
State Terror and The Bougainville Conflict: Testimony Project
The Demolition of Paga Hill: Testimony Project
Torture At The Río Blanco Mine – A State-Corporate Crime? – Testimony Project
Hate Propaganda: Words as Knives
Draw and Tell: Street Children In Apartheid South Africa