3 Letter Dated 15 May 2015 from the President of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Addressed to the President of the Security Council, Report on the Completion Strategy of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda as of 5 May 2015, UN Doc. S/2015/340, paras. 1, 5 (May 15, 2015).
4 ICTR, ICTR Legacy Project Proposals, at http://www.unmict.org/ictr-remembers/docs/legacy_projects.pdf.
8 On which, see, for example, Filip Reyntjens, Chronique Politique du Rwanda, 2014 -2015, in L'AFRIQUE DES GRANDS LACS: ANNUAIRE 2014 -2015 251 (Filip Reyntjens, Stef Vandeginste & S. Marysse eds., 2015).
9 ICTR Press Release, supra note 2.
11 Viviane E. Dittrich, Legacies in the Making: Assessing the Institutionalized Legacy Endeavor of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, in THE SIERRA LEONE SPECIAL COURT AND ITS LEGACY: THE IMPACT FOR AFRICA AND INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW 663 (Charles C. Jalloh ed., 2013).
12 OFFICE OF THE UN HIGH COMM'R FOR HUMAN RIGHTS, RULE OF LAW TOOLS FOR POSTCONFLICT STATES, MAXIMIZING THE LEGACY OF HYBRID COURTS, at 4 -5, UN Sales No. HR/PUB/08/2 (2008).
13 ZYGMUNT BAUMAN, MORTALITY, IMMORTALITY AND OTHER LIFE STRATEGIES 2 (1992).
15 Legal rhetorician Marianne Constable notes the “peculiar temporality” of speech acts such as legal decisions that will turn out to have had particular effects, such as the phenomenon of establishing legal precedent through judgments. See MARIANNE CONSTABLE, OUR WORD IS OUR BOND: HOW LEGAL SPEECH ACTS 73 (2014).
16 In her work on what she terms “revisionary practices,” such as truth commissions and international criminal trials, philosopher Jill Stauffer illustrates how the meaning of the past in the present changes over time. See JILL STAUFFER, ETHICAL LONELINESS: THE INJUSTICE OF NOT BEING HEARD 112 (2015).