Free Webinar: Is International Criminal Justice in Crisis?



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United Nations Institute for Training and Research

Author Olga Kavran and Mark A. Drumbl

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After the rapid development of international criminal justice in the late 20th and early 21st century, conflicts such as the war in Syria and US sanctions against the ICC Prosecutor and senior staff seem to indicate an international system in crisis. During this webinar, Mark A. Drumbl, Professor of Law and Director of the Transnational Law Institute at the Washington and Lee University, and Olga Kavran, Founding Director of IUSTICOM, Fellow at Vrije Universiteit Brussel, former Spokesperson for the Prosecutor of the ICTY, and Head of Outreach and Legacy at STL, will give participants an insightful analysis of the so-called crisis associated with the conception of international criminal justice today.

Following this examination, participants will be given a brief presentation about the Executive Diploma on International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice developed in collaboration between IUSTICOM and UNITAR, which will tackle similar questions as the one discussed in the webinar. The webinar will be concluded by a Q&A session, where participants will have the opportunity to directly address their questions related to international criminal justice to the experts and/or inquiries about the upcoming Executive Diploma.

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