The War Crimes Research Office and the Women and International Law Program at American University Washington College of Law have just launched the Gender Jurisprudence Collections (GJC).
The GJC is an online research tool that allows researchers to search the jurisprudence of 11 international/ized criminal courts and tribunals for documents containing information pertaining to the prosecution of crimes involving sexual and gender-based violence. The database contains the full text of more than 17,000 documents, which have been indexed based on a number of criteria, with keyword searching and 26 different search fields available.
The site also includes a bibliography of articles and books on gender jurisprudence and international criminal law. Digests of key documents, which will highlight the facts, allegations, and other factors affecting the investigation and prosecution of sexual and gender-based violence, along with feature space for expert commentaries and discussion, are also in the works.
Access is free, but you must register for a password.