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The Good, The Rights, and The Ugly

Why do despots get away with human rights violations?

Host Wade Mc Elwain tries to understand why despite the existence of the International Criminal Court (ICC), the world is still witnessing atrocious violations, including genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.

He is joined by Chile Eboe-Osuji who served as President and judge of the ICC. Can the ICC alone end atrocities committed worldwide? If not, who can put an end to them?

The episode has been produced on the occasion of the World Day for International Justice (17 July) which marks the adoption of the Rome Statute, the treaty that created the ICC.

The Good, The Rights, and The Ugly is an International Observatory of Human Rights production. For more information about human rights and the work that we do, please visit observatoryihr.org

About

This podcast aims to arouse curiosity about human rights.

The Good, The RIghts and The Ugly answers the questions you have about the most important humanitarian stories affecting our world today.

Your Host

Wade McElwain is a presenter, producer, and international award-winning comedian based in London.

Originally from Canada, Wade has been entertaining fans around the world with his quick wit, rapid-fire responses, and simple farm boy outlook. Wade has also appeared on numerous TV series and films and has produced & written hundreds of episodes of TV for the UK, US and Canada.

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