• Crimes Against Humanity (1)

    Colombia: Forced Displacement and the Special Jurisdiction for Peace

  • Crimes Against Humanity (1)

    CILRAP-CMN Side Event to the 16th ASP in New York

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    Save The Date: Launch of International Criminal Law Guidelines

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    Assembly of States Partie Side Event on International Criminal Court Co-operation

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    ASP Side Event on CAH, SGBV and Command Responsibility

  • ICC to investigate Russia-Georgia war (5)

    Conference “Strengthening National Justice for Core International Crimes”

  • ICC to investigate Russia-Georgia war (4)

    Indonesia: Focus Group Discusses the Draft Criminal Code

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    Colombia: Two Workshops on Command Responsibility

  • 'Launch of Historical Origins of International Criminal Law Volumes 3 and 4 and New Services in the ICL Public Commons''

    Project Update at ICC ASP Side Event

  • Capture d’écran 2015-05-06 à 11.02.07

    Seminar: “Reconciliation v. Accountability”

  • Capture d’écran 2015-04-10 à 14.40.54

    “Crimes Against Humanity” 16 April, Mexico City

  • Capture d’écran 2014-12-08 à 15.25.19

    ASP: CILRAP-CMN side event

Discover our programmes

Supporting criminal justice institutions in the implementation, cooperation and adjudication of core international crimes

Who we are

The Case Matrix Network (CMN) provides knowledge-transfer and capacity development services to national and international actors in the fields of international criminal, humanitarian and human rights law. We seek to empower those working to provide criminal accountability for violations of core international crimes and serious human rights violations, by providing free access to knowledge tools, legal information and legal expertise. CMN is a department of the Centre for International Law Research and Policy (CILRAP).

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What we do

Investigation and Fact-Finding


Investigation Documentation System

Case Mapping, Selection and Prioritisation


Database on Open Case Files

Case and Legal Analyses


Core International Crimes Database

Ratification, Implementation and Co-operation


Cooperation and Judical Assistance Database

Where we work

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Quality Control in Preliminary Examination: Reviewing Impact, Policies and Practices

September 14, 2018

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TOAEP publishes two volume publication based on international conference and project.

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CMN Expands its Colombia Team

September 11, 2018

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CMN is delighted to welcome Alejandra Rodríguez Cortés to our team to support CMN activities in Colombia.

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Two New Members Join the CMN Team

July 10, 2018

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CMN is delighted to welcome Karina Goulordava and Santiago Vargas Niño to our team, in support of our work, including on the prosecution of conflict-related sexual violence in Central African Republic and Colombia.

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Case Mapping, Selection and Prioritisation of Conflict and Atrocity-Related Crimes

June 26, 2018

Crimes Against Humanity (6)


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Vacancy: Project Officer Colombia

May 22, 2018

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Project Officer: Colombia. Apply by: Sunday 03 June 2018 (23:59 GMT).

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Vacancy: Project Officer

May 22, 2018

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We are looking for an analytical and creative Project Officer with a minimum of 1-year work experience, who will join a dynamic network of ICJ practitioners to provide essential support to CMN’s activities.

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DRC: Practice Direction for Selection and Prioritisation of Atrocity Cases Adopted by the Superior Council of Magistrates

April 11, 2018


CMN provides technical assistance ...

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Colombia: Forced Displacement and the Special Jurisdiction for Peace

February 7, 2018

Crimes Against Humanity (1)

CMN presents the relevance of case mapping, selection and prioritisation.

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Lexsitus: An ecosystem of legal information and catalyst

January 29, 2018

Crimes Against Humanity

Lexsitus supports the learning of, and work with, legal sources in international criminal law.

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CILRAP-CMN Side Event to the 16th ASP in New York

December 6, 2017

Crimes Against Humanity (1)

Speakers include Stephanie Barbour, Juanita Durán, James Freda, Gregory S. Gordon, Antje Kraft, Jose Ordoñez and Ahila Sornarajah

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Means of Proof of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Crimes

November 25, 2017


A concise overview of evidence used to prove the legal requirements of SGBV crimes under the ICC Statute.

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Prosecuting conflict-related sexual violence in Colombia: opportunities and challenges

October 11, 2017

Crimes Against Humanity

While the Colombian legal framework on conflict-related sexual violence..

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