ICTY

AmP session with Gregory Townsend

On 17 May 2016, CICJ will welcome Gregory Townsend for another Academic meets Practitioner (“AmP”) session. During these sessions, the CICJ researchers and other invited academics meet with international criminal justice practitioners. Together they discuss their views on various challenges encountered in the practice of prosecutions of international crimes. The series aims to promote a constructive dialogue and…

FacebookTwitterEmail
PIL Talks

PIL Talks! 14 April on solidarity and humanity in Europe

Whatever Happened to Solidarity and Humanity in the European Project? Closing Borders. Wringing Greece. Ignoring Lampedusa. Spitting on Traumatized Refugees. Solidarity and humanity lie at the heart of the European project, alongside economic cooperation. Or at least they did in the post-WWII era and during times of economic prosperity. Yet, in the last few years,…

FacebookTwitterEmail
Summer school 3

Summer school on International Criminal Justice fully booked

The summer school on International Criminal Justice, hosted by CICJ, from 2 to 16 July 2016 is fully booked. All information on the course can be found here. War crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide harm people, disrupt societies and endanger global peace and security. In recent decades the international community has expressed its clear…

FacebookTwitterEmail
Bril

NWO-WOTRO grant awarded to CICJ and NSCR researchers

CICJ researcher Barbora Hola together with the NSCR researchers Veroni Eichelsheim and Marie Lindegaard have been awarded a grant for research entitled “Breaking the Cycle of Violence in Post-Conflict Settings: The Potential of Community-Based Sociotherapy in Rwanda”. The grant has been awarded within the NWO-WOTRO funding scheme “Applied Research Fund of the Security & Rule…

FacebookTwitterEmail
PIL Talks

PIL Talks! 11 Feb on the legal basis for using force in Syria

The Legal Basis for Using Force in Syria: The Role of Law in Political Decision-Making on Military Missions With the decision-making around fighting ISIS on Syrian territory, the discussions flare up again around the legal basis (or in Dutch ‘Volkenrechtelijk mandaat’) of using force. The Dutch government presented in their letter to inform parliament that…

FacebookTwitterEmail