Historical and legal context of reparations for victims of crimes under international law (overview) -- Purpose of reparations in international criminal law -- Reparation principles and determination of the scope and extent of any damage, loss and injury to, or in respect of, victims (Art. 75 (1) ICC statute) -- The ICC reparation order (Art. 75 (2) ICC statute) -- ICC reparations proceedings -- Assistance to victims and their families by the trust fund (Art. 79 ICC statute, rule 98 (5))
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