Debat: Legacies of the Closing International Tribunals – Roads to Justice 20144 mar 2014
Van 15:00 - 17:00uur
Transitional Justice has many different faces. History has seen (inter)national tribunals, truth and reconciliation committees and local coping mechanisms. How does a state that survived mass violence and mass killings build a new future, and what mechanisms does it use for coming to terms with its past? This annual series – organized by the NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies and various partners – discusses roads to justice around the globe.
With lectures by:
Tromp worked at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia on the Milosevic case for the leadership research team – part of the Office of the Prosecutor. She is currently Associate Professor at the University of Amsterdam where she teaches at the department for Eastern European Studies.
Mihr is head of Rule of Law at The Hague Institute for Global Justice, and Associate Professor at the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (Utrecht University). She teaches Human Rights, Transitional Justice and Democratization in International Relations.
Jill Coster van Voorhout
Coster van Voorhout is researcher at The Hague Institute for Global Justice where she focuses primarily on the rule of law and cross-border crimes. She was a researcher and teacher at, among other, Utrecht University and Los Andes University in Colombia.
Apart from discussing the legacies of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL), the lecturers will address the best practices, using the archives of the court, and what will the legacies of the SCSL and ICTY mean for the International Criminal Court (ICC) and possible international tribunals to come?