In "Introduction to the Court for International Climate Crimes (CICC): A Conversation between Radha D’Souza and Jonas Staal" D’Souza and Staal discuss a wide range of issues from law, art, philosophy and social movements for the special issue of the Errant Journal on their project. The Court for Intergenerational Climate Crimes (the CICC) is a project D'Souza and Staal initiated jointly and produced in collaboration with Framer Framed. The conceptual framework for the project is based on D’Souza’s book What’s Wrong With Rights? Social Movements, Law and Liberal Imaginations (Pluto Press, 2018), which draws on her research project on “Rights and Social Movements”; and Staal’s visualisation of large-scale art installation and art works. The exhibition was hosted by the art space Framer Framed in Amsterdam from 25 September 2021 to 13 February 2022. It included a performative component in the form of a tribunal presided over by four judges including D’Souza which hear evidence on intergenerational climate crimes committed by corporations and states which was presented by prosecutors and witnesses from the Netherlands, Mongolia, Peru, Bolivia, India, Kenya, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Indonesia, Republic of Cameroon, Federative Republic of Brazil, MedWatch, Global Legal Action Network, Libya and Yemen.