Patrick Kroker

Patrick Kroker

International Crimes and Accountability

Dr. Patrick Kroker studied law at the Universities of Leipzig, Trier and Lisbon. He worked as an assistant to Civil Party Lawyers at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, and in 2012 completed his PhD on the subject of victims’ participation in international criminal proceedings at Universität Hamburg. He worked as a research assistant at Universität Hamburg and the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. In 2014, he was awarded a postdoc fellwoship at Harvard Humanitarian Initiative and Goldsmiths College London. Kroker is a registered lawyer in Berlin. Since 2015, he has worked in the International Crimes and Accountability program where he is responsible for ECCHR’s work on Syria.

Die völkerrechtliche Aufarbeitung des Syrien-Konflikts

A Congo War Crimes Decision: What It Means for Universal Jurisdiction Litigation in Germany and Beyond

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Menschenrechtsverbrechen in Syrien: Wie Gerechtigkeit möglich ist

Syrian Torture Investigations in Germany and beyond: Breathing new life into Universal Jurisdiction in Europe?

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Werden europäische Unternehmen zur Verantwortung gezogen wegen ihrer Beteiligung am Syrienkrieg?

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