Each hybrid court page below includes links to founding legal documents, a list of the status of cases at Jan 2019, a literature review specific to the court, and a diagram illustrating the organisational structure of the court. 

Extraordinary African Chambers

Extraordinary Chambers of the Court of Cambodia

Iraqi High Tribunal

Kosovo Specialist Chambers and Specialist Prosecutor’s Office

Special Court for Sierra Leone

Special Criminal Court in Central African Republic 

Special Panels of the Dili District Court

Special Tribunal for Lebanon

The War Crimes Chamber in Bosnia and Herzegovina

The literature review for each hybrid focuses on analyses of the ‘impacts’ of these mechanisms. The reviews include articles that focus on internal evaluation, for instance those which analyse the court’s legal framework, jurisprudence, and functional effectiveness, and on external evaluation, for instance those which analyse the impact of the hybrid on communities and individuals, the country’s domestic justice system, and themes such as reconciliation and healing. For a literature review of hybrid courts generally, click here. For a diagram of the organisation structure of the ICC, click here. If you have an article you would like to include in any of the literature reviews, or any other feedback, please contact us.