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CILRAP Podcast offers free access to podcasts produced in connection with CILRAP's academic activities, the e-learning platform Lexsitus, other aspects of CILRAP's CMN Knowledge Hub, or the CILRAP Conversations. CILRAP reserves all rights to the materials, which may be freely downloaded or linked to by use of the CILRAP URL. Below are podcasts on ‘Power in International Criminal Justice’ from a conference in Florence on 28-29 October 2017. You find other themes of podcasts in the main menu.

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Christopher Mahony, Opening Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Dr. Christopher B. Mahony (CILRAP; UNDP)

Topic: Opening Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 06:14

Marc Perrin de Brichambaut, Opening Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Judge Marc Perrin de Brichambaut (International Criminal Court)

Topic: Opening Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 06:52

Patrick Keuleers, Opening Remarks at Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Director Patrick Keuleers (UNDP)

Topic: Opening Remarks at Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 08:42

Viviane Dittrich, Opening Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Dr. Viviane Dittrich (Deputy Director, International Nuremberg Principles Academy)

Topic: Opening Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 06:47

Kjersti Lohne, Opening Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Dr. Kjersti Lohne (University of Oslo)

Topic: Opening Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 07:57

Morten Bergsmo, On the Will to Power and to International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Professor Morten Bergsmo (Peking University; Director, CILRAP)

Topic: On the Will to Power and to International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 49:46

Alexander Heinze, The Limited Descriptive Value of the Common-Civil Law Taxonomy and its Potential as a Weberian Ideal Type2017-10-28

Speaker: Assistant Professor Alexander Heinze (Göttingen University)

Topic: The Limited Descriptive Value of the Common-Civil Law Taxonomy and its Potential as a Weberian Ideal Type

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 24:02

Judge Marc Perrin de Brichambaut, On the Perceived Tension Between Civil and Common Law in International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Judge Marc Perrin de Brichambaut (International Criminal Court)

Topic: On the Perceived Tension Between Civil and Common Law in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 43:44

Mikkel Jarle Christensen, Power, Position and Professionals in International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Associate Professor Mikkel Jarle Christensen (Copenhagen University)

Topic: Power, Position and Professionals in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 21:01

Susan R. Lamb, Self-Interest and International Criminal Justice Networks2017-10-28

Speaker: Lecturer Susan R. Lamb (Deakin Law School)

Topic: Self-Interest and International Criminal Justice Networks

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 25:52

William H. Wiley, Private Partnerships for Effective Investigation of Core International Crimes: Beyond Bureaucratic Domination2017-10-28

Speaker: Dr. William H. Wiley (Commission for International Justice and Accountability)

Topic: Private Partnerships for Effective Investigation of Core International Crimes: Beyond Bureaucratic Domination

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 27:30

Kjersti Lohne, Power in the Institutions of International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Dr. Kjersti Lohne (University of Oslo)

Topic: Power in the Institutions of International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 27:18

Joachim J. Savelsberg, Representational Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Professor Joachim J. Savelsberg (University of Minnesota)

Topic: Representational Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 20:38

Barrie Sander, International Criminal Justice and the Symbolic Power of the Anti-Impunity Mindset2017-10-28

Speaker: Dr. Barrie Sander (FGV Direito Rio)

Topic: International Criminal Justice and the Symbolic Power of the Anti-Impunity Mindset

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 24:29

Sarah-Jane Koulen, Visuality, Power and Authority in International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Sarah-Jane Koulen (Princeton University)

Topic: Visuality, Power and Authority in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 21:05

Marina Aksenova, Symbolic Expression at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia2017-10-28

Speaker: Dr. Marina Aksenova (Copenhagen University)

Topic: Symbolic Expression at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 20:24

Viviane Dittrich, The Power of Legacy-Construction in International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Dr. Viviane Dittrich (Deputy Director, International Nuremberg Principles Academy)

Topic: The Power of Legacy-Construction in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 28:46

William David Baragwanath, International-Law Making on Terrorism: Structural and Other Power of Resistance2017-10-28

Speaker: Judge William David Baragwanath KNZM QC (Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

Topic: International-Law Making on Terrorism: Structural and Other Power of Resistance

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 23:42

Marieke de Hoon, Diplomats as Legal Entrepreneurs2017-10-28

Speaker: Assistant Professor Marieke de Hoon (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

Topic: International-Law Making on Terrorism: Structural and Other Power of Resistance

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 27:34

Sergey Vasiliev, Judicial Governance Entities as Power-Holders: A Sociological Inquiry into States’ Involvement in International Criminal Justice2017-10-28

Speaker: Assistant Professor Sergey Vasiliev (Leiden University)

Topic: Judicial Governance Entities as Power-Holders: A Sociological Inquiry into States’ Involvement in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 31:55

Jacopo Governa and Sara Paiusco, Is the European Union an Unexpected Guest at the ICC?2017-10-29

Speaker: Jacopo Governa (University of Verona) and Sara Paiusco (University of Trento)

Topic: Is the European Union an Unexpected Guest at the ICC?

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 27:52

Mark Klamberg, Rebels, Rogue States and Scapegoats in the Crosshairs: Hegemony in International Criminal Justice2017-10-29

Speaker: Associate Professor Mark Klamberg (Stockholm University)

Topic: Rebels, Rogue States and Scapegoats in the Crosshairs: Hegemony in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 29:25

Jackson Nyamuya Maogoto, The Power of Narratives: The African Union’s Bid to Develop an Alternative Peace over Justice Narrative2017-10-29

Speaker: Senior Lecturer Jackson Nyamuya Maogoto (University of Manchester)

Topic: The Power of Narratives: The African Union’s Bid to Develop an Alternative Peace over Justice Narrative

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 22:53

Djordje Djordjević, Partnering on Domestic Prosecutions of Core International Crimes through Development Platforms2017-10-29

Speaker: Dr. Djordje Djordjević (United Nations Development Programme)

Topic: Partnering on Domestic Prosecutions of Core International Crimes through Development Platforms

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 31:20

Mayesha Alam, Agency, Autonomy, and Authority: The Role and Impact of Interactions with International NGOs on the ICC’s Operations2017-10-29

Speaker: Mayesha Alam (Yale University)

Topic: Agency, Autonomy, and Authority: The Role and Impact of Interactions with International NGOs on the ICC’s Operations

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 24:16

Christopher J. Tenove, The Agency of Victims: Empowerment and Disempowerment by the ICC2017-10-29

Speaker: Dr. Christopher J. Tenove (University of Toronto)

Topic: The Agency of Victims: Empowerment and Disempowerment by the ICC

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 23:16

Emma Irving, Capture, Tweet, Repeat: Communication Technology and the Democratisation of International Criminal Justice2017-10-29

Speaker: Assistant Professor Emma Irving (Leiden University)

Topic: Capture, Tweet, Repeat: Communication Technology and the Democratisation of International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 29:33

Gregory S. Gordon, Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-29

Speaker: Professor Gregory S. Gordon (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 22:52

Judge Marc Perrin de Brichambaut, Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-29

Speaker: Judge Marc Perrin de Brichambaut (International Criminal Court)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 09:12

William David Baragwanath, Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-29

Speaker: Judge William David Baragwanath KNZM QC (Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 06:20

Viviane Dittrich, Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-29

Speaker: Dr. Viviane Dittrich (Deputy Director, International Nuremberg Principles Academy)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 02:09

Christopher Mahony, Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-29

Speaker: Dr. Christopher B. Mahony (CILRAP; UNDP)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 28 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 04:27

Kjersti Lohne, Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice2017-10-29

Speaker: Dr. Kjersti Lohne (University of Oslo)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the Florence Conference on Power in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 29 October 2017

Place of recording: Salone Poccetti, Museo degli Innocenti, Florence

Duration of recording: 04:41

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