Wed, Oct 08, 2014: International Criminal Law on Trial: An Assessment

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Please join us on Wednesday October 8th from 4:00 – 6:00 pm in Room 140 of University College, 15 Kings College Circle, University of Toronto for a lecture on

“International Criminal Law on Trial: An Assessment”

by

Jamie Rowen , Assistant Professor (CLTA) of Criminology and Sociolegal Studies, University of Toronto

Students, faculty, and all concerned citizens are welcome. No charge. Bring a friend. This event is part of a weekly series that covers various topics related to human security. Please check our website for complete event listings: www.scienceforpeace.ca.

  1. Abby Bushby

    Will the conference address genocide? Mass killings of civilians in Syria, Iraq, Darfur, seem to be beyond the reach of prosecution (or even put a stop to killing). In the hope that more effective prosecution can deter genocide, What can be done to strengthen prosecution?

  2. Chris Blackburn

    Who administers international criminal law? Is it the exclusive responsibility of the International Criminal Court? I suppose the ICC depends on cooperation from individual states.

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