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Can international criminal justice be taken beyond punishment? Mark Findlay and Ralph Henham expand on their call to transform international criminal trials by revealing how global justice can be achieved through a focus on humanity and a new procedural deal for victim communities. Concentrating on the crucial features of trial justice this book actualizes restorative and retributive justice for peace-making and conflict resolution. The analysis gives theoretical and practical insights into the vexing issues facing global justice in reconciling retributive and restorative justice. International criminal justice, it is argued, will be achieved through a trial process committed to access, inclusivity and integration. World order can be the product of international criminal justice without excluding and alienating those communities which up until now have not enjoyed a legitimate place in the 'global community'.