The Accountability of ‘Major Powers’ for Alleged Serious Violations of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: Challenges and Prospects
The Accountability of ‘Major Powers’ for Alleged Serious Violations of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law: Challenges and Prospects.
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The University of Essex Human Rights Centre (Dr Carla Ferstman) and Ulster University's Transitional Justice Institute (Dr Thomas Obel Hansen) are hosting this conference and launch of a discussion paper in The Hague.
The Hague Humanity Hub, Fluwelen Burgwal 58, 2511 CJ The Hague, Netherlands 1 October 2018, 14:00 – 19:30
|2.30pm||Welcome: Carla Ferstman, University of Essex|
|2.30pm to 4pm|
Domestic Accountability Processes
Chair: Carla Ferstman, University of Essex
|4pm to 4.15pm||Break|
|4.15pm to 5.45pm|
The Role of the ICC in Promoting the Accountability of Major Powers
Chair: Thomas Obel Hansen, Transitional Justice Institute, Ulster University
|5.45pm to 6pm||Launch of Discussion Paper: “The Accountability of UK military for Alleged Abuses in Iraq: Challenges and Prospects” Carla Ferstman, Thomas Obel Hansen and Noora Arajärvi|
|6pm to 7.30pm||Drinks Reception|