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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. Views expressed in the podcasts may differ from those of CILRAP and partners. 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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LIU Daqun, Opening Remarks at Conference on Quality Control in Preliminary Examination2017-06-13

Speaker: Judge LIU Daqun (Vice-President, ICTY)

Topic: Opening Remarks at Conference on Quality Control in Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:50

Morten Bergsmo, On 'Communitarian Scholarship' and 'Quality Control in Preliminary Examination'2017-06-13

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

Topic: On 'Communitarian Scholarship' and 'Quality Control in Preliminary Examination'

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 26:54

Carsten Stahn, Opening Remarks at Conference on Quality Control in Preliminary Examination2017-06-13

Speaker: Professor Carsten Stahn (Leiden University)

Topic: Opening Remarks at Conference on Quality Control in Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 11:17

Eduardo Toledo, Opening Remarks at QCPE Conference on Behalf of the Nuremberg Academy2017-06-13

Speaker: Eduardo Toledo (Senior Legal Officer, International Nuremberg Principles Academy)

Topic: Opening Remarks at QCPE Conference on Behalf of the Nuremberg Academy

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 03:17

Andrew Cayley, Constraints and Quality Control in Preliminary Examination2017-06-13

Speaker: Andrew Cayley (Director of Service Prosecutions, United Kingdom)

Topic: Constraints and Quality Control in Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 18:37

Runar Torgersen, The Concern for Quality Control and Norwegian Preliminary Examination Practice2017-06-13

Speaker: Dr. Runar Torgersen (Norwegian Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions)

Topic: The Concern for Quality Control and Norwegian Preliminary Examination Practice

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:05

Abraham Joseph, Pre-Investigation and Accountability in India2017-06-13

Speaker: Abraham Joseph (National Law School of India University, Bangalore)

Topic: Pre-Investigation and Accountability in India

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 20:33

Matthias Neuner, German Pre-Investigation of Core International Crimes2017-06-13

Speaker: Matthias Neuner (Trial Counsel, Office of the Prosecutor, Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

Topic: German Pre-Investigation of Core International Crimes

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 18:08

Matilde Gawronski, The Legalistic Function of ICC Preliminary Examinations2017-06-13

Speaker: Matilde Gawronski (Assistant Situation Analyst, Office of the Prosecutor, ICC)

Topic: The Legalistic Function of ICC Preliminary Examinations

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of the recording: 18:34

Amitis Khojasteh, The Prosecutor’s Discretion in Opening ICC Preliminary Examinations2017-06-13

Speaker: Amitis Khojasteh (Situation Analyst, Office of the Prosecutor, ICC)

Topic: The Prosecutor’s Discretion in Opening ICC Preliminary Examinations

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Marina Aksenova, The ICC Pre-Investigative Involvement in Colombia2017-06-13

Speaker: Dr. Marina Aksenova (Copenhagen University)

Topic: The ICC Pre-Investigative Involvement in Colombia

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 12:56

Christian De Vos, Case Study of the Kenyan Preliminary Examination2017-06-13

Speaker: Dr. Christian De Vos (Open Society Justice Initiative)

Topic: Case Study of the Kenyan Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 14:13

Benson Chinedu Olugbuo, Preliminary Examinations under the First ICC Prosecutor2017-06-13

Speaker: Dr. Benson Chinedu Olugbuo (Solicitor and Advocate before Supreme Court of Nigeria)

Topic: Preliminary Examinations under the First ICC Prosecutor

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 13:22

Iryna Marchuk, Preliminary Examination into the Situation of Ukraine2017-06-13

Speaker: Associate Professor Iryna Marchuk (Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen)

Topic: Preliminary Examination into the Situation of Ukraine

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 17:38

Thomas Obel Hansen, Preliminary examination of alleged British war crimes in Iraq2017-06-13

Speaker: Dr. Thomas Obel Hansen (Ulster University)

Topic: Preliminary Examination of Alleged British War Crimes in Iraq

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 18:45

Rachel Kerr, The UK and the ICC2017-06-13

Speaker: Dr. Rachel Kerr (Department of War Studies, King’s College London)

Topic: The UK and the ICC

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 21:19

Sharon Weill, The Situation in Palestine2017-06-13

Speaker: Professor Sharon Weill (Science-Po, Paris)

Topic: The Situation in Palestine and Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 20:36

Nino Tsereteli, Quality Control in the Georgian Preliminary Examination2017-06-13

Speaker: Professor Nino Tsereteli (Masaryk University, Brno)

Topic: Quality Control in the Georgian Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 15:36

Shannon Fyfe, Prosecutorial Ethics and Preliminary Examinations at the ICC2017-06-13

Speaker: Shannon Fyfe (Vanderbilt University)

Topic: Prosecutorial Ethics and Preliminary Examinations at the ICC

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of the recording: 15:14

Asaf Lubin, Limits of Existing Self-Regulation and Oversight in ICC Preliminary Examination2017-06-13

Speaker: Asaf Lubin (Yale Law School)

Topic: Limits of Existing Self-Regulation and Oversight in ICC Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 17:59

Jens Iverson, Prosecutorial Discretion in Preliminary Examinations Beyond the False Dichotomy of Politics and Law2017-06-13

Speaker: Professor Jens M. Iverson (Leiden University)

Topic: Prosecutorial Discretion in Preliminary Examinations Beyond the False Dichotomy of Politics and Law

Date of recording: 13 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of the recording: 14:24

Christopher Mahony, Aiding and Abetting War and Preliminary Examination2017-06-14

Speaker: Dr. Christopher Mahony (Research Fellow, CILRAP)

Topic: Aiding and Abetting War and Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 14:04

Matthew Cross, The Standard of Proof for Preliminary Examination2017-06-14

Speaker: Matthew Cross (Appeals Counsel, ICC Office of the Prosecutor (in personal capacity))

Topic: ICC Statute Article 53

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of the recording: 18:25

Gregory S. Gordon, Creating the Office of Investigating Magistrate at the ICC2017-06-14

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

Topic: Creating the Office of Investigating Magistrate at the ICC

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of the recording: 15:31

Ana Cristina Rodriguez Pineda, Consequences of Publicizing Preliminary Examinations2017-06-14

Speaker: Ana Cristina Rodriguez Pineda (ICTY Presidency)

Topic: Consequences of Publicizing Preliminary Examinations

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:02

Vladimir Tochilovsky, The Quality of Preliminary Examination and Reliance on Domestic Investigations2017-06-14

Speaker: Dr. Vladimir Tochilovsky (formerly, ICTY Office of the Prosecutor)

Topic: The Quality of Preliminary Examination and Reliance on Domestic Investigations

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 12:52

Dov Jacobs and Jennifer Naouri, Rights of Suspects during Preliminary Examinations2017-06-14

Speaker: Dov Jacobs and Jennifer Naouri

Topic: Rights of Suspects during Preliminary Examinations

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of the recording: 16:41

Andreas Schüller and Chantal Meloni, Preliminary Examination of Civil Society Submissions2017-06-14

Speaker: Andreas Schüller and Dr. Chantal Meloni (European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights)

Topic: Preliminary Examination of Civil Society Submissions

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:01

Sarah Williams, Civil Society Participation in Preliminary Examinations2017-06-14

Speaker: Professor Sarah Williams (Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales)

Topic: Civil Society Participation in Preliminary Examinations

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 12:14

Pratibha Tandon and Shreeyash U. Lalit, A Feminist Analysis of Sexual Violence in Preliminary Examinations2017-06-14

Speaker: Pratibha Tandon and Shreeyash U. Lalit (National Law University, Delhi)

Topic: A Feminist Analysis of Sexual Violence in Preliminary Examinations

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 15:58

Cynthia Chamberlain, Preliminary Examinations and Children2017-06-14

Speaker: Cynthia Chamberlain (Legal Officer, Trial Division, ICC)

Topic: Preliminary Examinations and Children

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 21:11

Shikha S. Bhattacharjee, Effective Open Source Fact-Finding in Preliminary Examination2017-06-14

Speaker: Shikha S. Bhattacharjee (UC Berkeley Human Rights Center)

Topic: Effective Open Source Fact-Finding in Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:22

Elizabeth Evenson, Assessing the Impact of ICC Preliminary Examination2017-06-14

Speaker: Elizabeth Evenson (Associate Director, International Justice Program, Human Rights Watch)

Topic: Assessing the Impact of ICC Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 19:39

Martin Sørby, Concluding Remarks at Conference on Quality Control in Preliminary Examination2017-06-14

Speaker: Ambassador Martin Sørby (Norwegian Ambassador to the Netherlands)

Topic: Concluding Remarks at Conference on Quality Control in Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 03:49

Carsten Stahn, Conclusion to Conference on Quality Control in Preliminary Examination2017-06-14

Speaker: Professor Carsten Stahn (Leiden University)

Topic: Concluding Remarks to Conference on Quality Control in Preliminary Examination

Date of recording: 14 June 2017

Place of recording: The Historical Reading Room, Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 19:46

Justice Madan B. Lokur, Opening Remarks at Conference on Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Honourable Mr. Justice Madan B. Lokur (Supreme Court of India)

Topic: Opening Remarks at Conference on Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 16:03

Martin Ney, Opening remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Ambassador Dr. Martin Ney (German Embassy in Delhi)

Topic: Opening remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 08:11

Narinder Singh, Speech on the Occasion of the 2017 M.C. Bassiouni Justice Award2017-08-25

Speaker: Ambassador Narinder Singh (former Chairman of the UN International Law Commission)

Topic: Speech on the Occasion of the 2017 M.C. Bassiouni Justice Award

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 09:20

Morten Bergsmo, On the Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law Project2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Morten Bergsmo (CILRAP, Peking University)

Topic: On the Philosophical Foundations of International Criminal Law Project

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 29:41

William David Baragwanath, Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL2017-08-25

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

Topic: Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 15:40

Hanne Sophie Greve, Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL2017-08-25

Speaker: Judge Hanne Sophie Greve (Gulating Court of Appeal)

Topic: Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 05:02

Surinder Kaur Verma, Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Surinder Kaur Verma (Secretary-General, Indian Society of International Law)

Topic: Opening Remarks at Delhi Conference on Philosophical Foundations of ICL

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 08:16

Emiliano J. Buis, The Platonic Theory of Punishment and its Contribution to the Philosophical Development of International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Emiliano J. Buis (University of Buenos Aires)

Topic: The Platonic Theory of Punishment and its Contribution to the Philosophical Development of International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 19:26

Pedro Lopez Barja de Quiroga, The Ciceronian Foundations of Modern ‘Feindstrafrecht’2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Pedro Lopez Barja de Quiroga (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela)

Topic: The Ciceronian Foundations of Modern ‘Feindstrafrecht’

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:28

Kaius Tuori, Roman Jurists and the Idea of International Criminal Responsibility: Ulpian and the ‘Cosmopolis’2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Kaius Tuori (University of Helsinki)

Topic: Roman Jurists and the Idea of International Criminal Responsibility: Ulpian and the ‘Cosmopolis’

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 25:23

Hanne Sophie Greve, The Foundations of International Criminal Law and the Writings of Ambrose, Augustine, Aquinas, Vitoria and Suarez2017-08-25

Speaker: Judge Dr. juris. Hanne Sophie Greve (Gulating Court of Appeal)

Topic: The Foundations of International Criminal Law and the Writings of Ambrose, Augustine, Aquinas, Vitoria and Suarez

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 29:59

Pablo Kalmanovitz, Hugo Grotius on Punishment, War, and the Difference Sovereignty Makes2017-08-25

Speaker: Research Professor Pablo Kalmanovitz (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE))

Topic: Hugo Grotius on Punishment, War, and the Difference Sovereignty Makes

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 20:06

Kirsten Sellars, The Duty of Allegiance – Hobbesian Themes at the Red Fort Trial and the Tokyo Tribunal2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Kirsten Sellars (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Topic: The Duty of Allegiance: Hobbesian Themes at the Red Fort Trial and the Tokyo Tribunal

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:09

Daniel N. Clay, An Analysis of Lockean Philosophy in the Historical and Modern Contexts of the Development of and the Jurisdictional Restraints Imposed by the Statute of the International Criminal Court2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Daniel N. Clay (Elmira College)

Topic: An Analysis of Lockean Philosophy in the Historical and Modern Contexts of the Development of and the Jurisdictional Restraints Imposed by the Statute of the ICC

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 18:59

Elisabetta Fiocchi Malaspina, Punishment and Universal Jurisdiction in Emer de Vattel’s Law of Nations2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Elisabetta Fiocchi Malaspina (University of Zurich)

Topic: Punishment and Universal Jurisdiction in Emer de Vattel’s Law of Nations

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 16:22

Alexander Heinze, Kant, Cosmopolitan Law and the Rome Statute as a Constitution2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Alexander Heinze (Georg-August Universität Göttingen)

Topic: Kant, Cosmopolitan Law and the Rome Statute as a Constitution

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 20:02

Gunnar Ekeløve-Slydal, Jeremy Bentham’s Legacy: A Vision of an International Law for the Greatest Happiness of All Nations2017-08-25

Speaker: Mr. Gunnar Ekeløve-Slydal (Norwegian Helsinki Committee)

Topic: Jeremy Bentham’s Legacy: A Vision of an International Law for the Greatest Happiness of All Nations

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:55

Abraham Joseph, Gandhism and International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Abraham Joseph (Ansal University)

Topic: Gandhism and International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:38

Jaroslav Větrovský, Mens Rea, Behaviourism, and Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Psychology2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Jaroslav Větrovský (Pan-European University, Bratislava)

Topic: Mens Rea, Behaviourism, and Wittgenstein’s Philosophy of Psychology

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 20:29

Djordje Djordjevic, Arendt on Prevention and Guarantees of Non-Recurrence2017-08-25

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

Topic: Arendt on Prevention and Guarantees of Non-Recurrence

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 26:30

Gregory S. Gordon, Transnational Governmentality Networking: A Neo-Foucauldian Account of International Criminal Law2017-08-25

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

Topic: Transnational Governmentality Networking: A Neo-Foucauldian Account of International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 25 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 20:53

Christoph Burchard, Normative Openness: Coming to Terms with Normative Pluralism and Fragmentation in International Criminal Justice2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Christoph Burchard (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main)

Topic: Normative Openness: Coming to Terms with Normative Pluralism and Fragmentation in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 18:58

Christopher Mahony, Sovereignty in International Criminal Law’s Philosophical Foundations2017-08-25

Speaker: Dr. Christopher Mahony (CILRAP Research Fellow)

Topic: Sovereignty in International Criminal Law’s Philosophical Foundations

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 27:35

Juan Paulo Branco Lopez, Hobbes and the International Criminal Court: Towards a Global Social Contract?2017-08-25

Speaker: Dr. Juan Paulo Branco Lopez

Topic: Hobbes and the International Criminal Court: Towards a Global Social Contract?

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 20:20

Milinda Banerjee, Towards Global Criminal Justice?2017-08-25

Speaker: Assistant Professor Milinda Banerjee (Presidency University, Kolkata; LMU Research Fellow)

Topic: Towards Global Criminal Justice?

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 18:07

Javier Dondé Matute, International Criminal Responsibility as a Foundational Principle of International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Javier Dondé Matute (National Institute of Penal Sciences (INACIPE), Mexico City)

Topic: International Criminal Responsibility as a Foundational Principle of International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 29:18

CHAO Yi, The Concept of International Criminal Responsibility for Individuals and the Foundational Transformation of International Law2017-08-25

Speaker: CHAO Yi (McGill University Faculty of Law)

Topic: The Concept of International Criminal Responsibility for Individuals and the Foundational Transformation of International Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 14:53

Barrie Sander, A Critical Account of Justificatory Theories of Punishment in the International Criminal Context2017-08-25

Speaker: Dr. Barrie Sander (FGV Direito Rio)

Topic: A Critical Account of Justificatory Theories of Punishment in the International Criminal Context

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 23:05

Maxim A. Pensky, Impunity: A Philosophical Analysis2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Maxim A. Pensky (Binghamton University)

Topic: Impunity: A Philosophical Analysis

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 25:31

Shannon Fyfe, Truth, Testimony and Epistemic Injustice in International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Shannon Fyfe (Vanderbilt University)

Topic: Truth, Testimony and Epistemic Injustice in International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 17:45

Ioanna N. Anastasopoulou, Collective Rechtsgüter and International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Dr. Ioanna N. Anastasopoulou (University of Athens)

Topic: Collective Rechtsgüter and International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 23:48

SONG Tianying, Legal Goods Protected by War Crimes2017-08-25

Speaker: SONG Tianying (European University Institute)

Topic: Legal Goods Protected by War Crimes

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 17:29

Susan R. Lamb, The Legal Good of ‘Humanity’ Protected by Crimes Against Humanity2017-08-25

Speaker: Susan R. Lamb (Deakin Law School)

Topic: The Legal Good of ‘Humanity’ Protected by Crimes Against Humanity

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:57

Morten Bergsmo, On Legally Protected Interests in International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Morten Bergsmo (CILRAP, Peking University)

Topic: On Legally Protected Interests in International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 25:30

William David Baragwanath, ‘Reconciliation’ as a Philosophical Foundational Concept in International Criminal Law2017-08-25

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

Topic: ‘Reconciliation’ as a Philosophical Foundational Concept in International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 27:03

Salim A. Nakhjavani, On ‘Unity’ as an Emerging Legal Good in International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Professor Salim A. Nakhjavani (University of the Witwatersrand)

Topic: On ‘Unity’ as an Emerging Legal Good in International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 30:07

Surabhi Sharma, ‘Humanity’ and ‘Unity’: Indian Thought and Collective Legal Goods Protected by International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Surabhi Sharma (Symbiosis Law School, Pune)

Topic: ‘Humanity’ and ‘Unity’: Indian Thought and Collective Legal Goods Protected by International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:14

Kafayat Motilewa Quadri, Communitarianism and ‘Unity’: Forging a Modern African Perspective on ‘Unity’ as a Collective Legal Good in International Criminal Law2017-08-25

Speaker: Dr. Kafayat Motilewa Quadri (Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of Lagos)

Topic: Communitarianism and ‘Unity’: Forging a Modern African Perspective on ‘Unity’ as a Collective Legal Good in International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 24:45

William David Baragwanath, Closing Remarks at Delhi Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of ICL2017-08-25

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

Topic: Closing Remarks at Delhi Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of ICL

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 03:18

Hanne Sophie Greve, Closing Remarks at Delhi Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of ICL2017-08-25

Speaker: Judge Dr. juris. Hanne Sophie Greve (Gulating Court of Appeal)

Topic: Closing Remarks at Delhi Conference on the Philosophical Foundations of ICL

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 04:20

Gregory S. Gordon, Closing Remarks at PFICL Conference in Delhi2017-08-25

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

Topic: Closing Remarks at PFICL Conference in Delhi

Date of recording: 26 August 2017

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 23:14

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

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

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

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

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

Klaus Rackwitz, Opening Remarks at the Peace Palace Conference on Integrity in International Justice2018-12-01

Speaker: Director Klaus Rackwitz (International Nuremberg Principles Academy)

Topic: Opening Remarks at the Peace Palace Conference on Integrity in International Justice

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 02:25

James Stewart, The Legal Requirement of Individual Integrity and the Prosecution of International Crimes2018-12-01

Speaker: Deputy Prosecutor James Stewart (ICC)

Topic: The Legal Requirement of Individual Integrity and the Prosecution of International Crimes

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 21:28

Erik Møse, Reflections on Integrity in International Criminal Justice and Regional Human Rights Courts2018-12-01

Speaker: Judge Erik Møse (Supreme Court of Norway; formerly, European Court of Human Rights; President, ICTR)

Topic: Reflections on Integrity in International Criminal Justice and Regional Human Rights Courts

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 23:19

Morten Bergsmo, Integrity as Safeguard Against the Vicissitudes of Common Justice Institutions2018-12-01

Speaker: Director Morten Bergsmo (CILRAP)

Topic: Integrity as Safeguard Against the Vicissitudes of Common Justice Institutions

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 32:30

Emiliano J. Buis, Greek and Roman Pre-Christian Notions of ‘Integrity’2018-12-01

Speaker: Professor Emiliano J. Buis (University of Buenos Aires)

Topic: Greek and Roman Pre-Christian Notions of ‘Integrity’

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 14:12

Hanne Sophie Greve, Christian Sources and Reflections on Integrity in Justice2018-12-01

Speaker: Dr. Hanne Sophie Greve (Judge and Vice President, Gulating Court of Appeal; formerly, Judge, European Court of Human Rights)

Topic: Christian Sources and Reflections on Integrity in Justice

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 20:29

Adel Maged, Islamic Sources on Integrity in Justice2018-12-01

Speaker: Judge Adel Maged (Vice President, Court of Cassation of Egypt)

Topic: Islamic Sources on Integrity in Justice

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 17:42

Gunnar M. Ekeløve-Slydal, Sir Thomas More and Integrity in Justice2018-12-01

Speaker: Gunnar M. Ekeløve-Slydal (Deputy Secretary-General, Norwegian Helsinki Committee)

Topic: Sir Thomas More and Integrity in Justice

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:43

Hans A.V. Corell, The Dag Hammarskjöld Legacy and Integrity in International Civil Service2018-12-01

Speaker: Ambassador Hans A.V. Corell (formerly, UN Under-Secretary-General for Legal Affairs and the Legal Counsel of the United Nations)

Topic: The Dag Hammarskjöld Legacy and Integrity in International Civil Service

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 20:11

Juan Carlos Botero Navia, Towards a Global Understanding of Integrity in Justice2018-12-01

Speaker: Dr. Juan Carlos Botero Navia (Associate Professor, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana School of Law)

Topic: Towards a Global Understanding of Integrity in Justice

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 12:51

Olympia Bekou, Integrity Standards in the Statutes of International Criminal Jurisdictions2018-12-01

Speaker: Professor Olympia Bekou (The University of Nottingham)

Topic: Integrity Standards in the Statutes of International Criminal Jurisdictions

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 15:27

Brigid Inder, Conformity, Leadership and the Culture of Integrity2018-12-01

Speaker: Advisor and Senior Consultant Brigid Inder OBE (formerly, Founding Executive Director of the Women's Initiatives for Gender Justice)

Topic: Conformity, Leadership and the Culture of Integrity

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:51

William H. Wiley, Truthful Communication as a Precondition to Integrity in International Justice2018-12-01

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

Topic: Truthful Communication as a Precondition to Integrity in International Justice

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 13:50

Andrew T. Cayley, Decency as a Prerequisite of Integrity in International Justice2018-12-01

Speaker: Andrew T. Cayley CMG QC FRSA (Director, UK Service Prosecutions)

Topic: Decency as a Prerequisite of Integrity in International Justice

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 18:10

Payam Akhavan, From Empathy to Equity: Reflections on Integrity and Institution-Building2018-12-01

Speaker: Professor Payam Akhavan (McGill University)

Topic: From Empathy to Equity: Reflections on Integrity and Institution-Building

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 13:24

Marina Aksenova, The Role of Aesthetics in Furthering Integrity2018-12-01

Speaker: Professor Marina Aksenova (IE University, Madrid)

Topic: The Role of Aesthetics in Furthering Integrity

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 15:54

Julija Bogoeva, Only the Best Should Prosecute and Judge in International Justice2018-12-01

Speaker: Julija Bogoeva (formerly, Research Officer, ICTY Office of the Prosecutor)

Topic: Only the Best Should Prosecute and Judge in International Justice

Date of recording: 1 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 18:22

Karl Theodor Paschke, On the Efforts to Uphold Standards of Integrity Through the Work of the United Nations Internal Oversight Services2018-12-02

Speaker: Ambassador Karl Theodor Paschke (formerly, UN Under-Secretary-General for Internal Oversight Services)

Topic: On the Efforts to Uphold Standards of Integrity Through the Work of the United Nations Internal Oversight Services

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 18:37

Dieneke de Vos, Recent Developments in Ethics Standard-Setting and Mechanisms in the UN2018-12-02

Speaker: Dr. Dieneke de Vos (Integrity Lead, Oxfam Novib)

Topic: Recent Developments in Ethics Standard-Setting and Mechanisms in the UN

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 15:42

Marta Hirsch-Ziembinska, Integrity and the Work of the European Ombudsman2018-12-02

Speaker: Dr. Marta Hirsch-Ziembinska (Head of Complaints and Inquiries Unit and the Principal Legal Adviser, European Ombudsman)

Topic: Integrity and the Work of the European Ombudsman

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 13:22

Devasheesh Bais, Towards Greater Independence in International Justice: Lessons from the Indian Collegium System of Judicial Appointments2018-12-02

Speaker: Advocate Devasheesh Bais (High Court of Madhya Pradesh)

Topic: Towards Greater Independence in International Justice: Lessons from the Indian Collegium System of Judicial Appointments

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 17:09

Salim A. Nakhjavani, Code of Ethics and Ethics Charter2018-12-02

Speaker: Professor Salim A. Nakhjavani (University of the Witwatersrand)

Topic: Code of Ethics and Ethics Charter

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 20:39

FAN Yuwen, Reconstructing Integrity Standards in International Criminal Justice: From Common Minimum Standards to a Proposal on Model Code of Conduct2018-12-02

Speaker: Dr. FAN Yuwen (Research Fellow, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)

Topic: Reconstructing Integrity Standards in International Criminal Justice: From Common Minimum Standards to a Proposal on Model Code of Conduct

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:21

Matthias Neuner, International Jurisprudence on Sexual Harassment2018-12-02

Speaker: Trial Counsel Matthias Neuner (Office of the Prosecutor, Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

Topic: International Jurisprudence on Sexual Harassment

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 20:38

Karim A.A. Khan, Integrity and the Limits of Internal Oversight Mechanisms2018-12-02

Speaker: UN Assistant Secretary-General Karim A.A. Khan QC (UNITAD)

Topic: Integrity and the Limits of Internal Oversight Mechanisms

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 20:18

Cyril Laucci, The Wider Policy Framework of Ethical Behaviour2018-12-02

Speaker: Dr. Cyril Laucci (formerly, Legal Adviser, Registry of the ICC (2009-2015))

Topic: The Wider Policy Framework of Ethical Behaviour

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 17:25

Shannon E. Fyfe, Integrity and Prosecutorial Ethics in International Criminal Justice2018-12-02

Speaker: Dr. Shannon E. Fyfe (Assistant Professor, George Mason University)

Topic: Integrity and Prosecutorial Ethics in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 13:45

Teresa McHenry, Reflections on Integrity in the Prosecution of Cases2018-12-02

Speaker: Teresa McHenry (Head, Human Rights and Special Prosecutions Section, US Department of Justice)

Topic: Reflections on Integrity in the Prosecution of Cases

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:31

Mohamed Salah Eleiwa A. Badar, The Disqualification of Judge Frederik Harhoff2018-12-02

Speaker: Professor Mohamed Salah Eleiwa A. Badar (Northumbria University)

Topic: The Disqualification of Judge Frederik Harhoff

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:16

Antonio Angotti, Basil Saen and Shan Patel, Individual Integrity and Independence of Judges: The Case of Judge Akay2018-12-02

Speaker: Antonio Angotti (Attorney, Florence), Basil Saen (Allen & Overy LLP, Brussels) and Shan Patel (LSE)

Topic: Individual Integrity and Independence of Judges: The Case of Judge Akay

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:47

Gregory S. Gordon, Measuring Integrity in Post-Conviction Proceedings2018-12-02

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

Topic: Measuring Integrity in Post-Conviction Proceedings

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 18:24

Richard J. Goldstone, Prosecutorial Language, Integrity and Independence2018-12-02

Speaker: Justice Richard J. Goldstone (formerly, Constitutional Court of South Africa; Chief Prosecutor, ICTY and ICTR)

Topic: Prosecutorial Language, Integrity and Independence

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 13:40

Christopher Staker, Integrity and the Inevitably Political Exposure of International Criminal Justice2018-12-02

Speaker: Dr. Christopher Staker (39 Essex Chambers; formerly, ICJ, SCSL and ICTY)

Topic: Integrity and the Inevitably Political Exposure of International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:08

David Donat-Cattin, Integrity and the Maintenance of Independence in International Criminal Justice2018-12-02

Speaker: Secretary-General David Donat-Cattin (Parliamentarians for Global Action)

Topic: Integrity and the Maintenance of Independence in International Criminal Justice

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:40

Adedeji Adekunle, Integrity and Independence: Common Standards and Uneven Cost of Implementation2018-12-02

Speaker: Professor Adedeji Adekunle (Director General of the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies)

Topic: Integrity and Independence: Common Standards and Uneven Cost of Implementation

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 16:48

Gregory S. Gordon, Closing Remarks at the Peace Palace Conference on Integrity in International Justice2018-12-02

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

Topic: Closing Remarks at the Peace Palace Conference on Integrity in International Justice

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 14:32

Richard J. Goldstone, Closing Remarks at the Peace Palace Conference on Integrity in International Justice2018-12-02

Speaker: Justice Richard J. Goldstone (formerly, Judge, Constitutional Court of South Africa; Chief Prosecutor, ICTY and ICTR)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the Peace Palace Conference on Integrity in International Justice

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 01:58

Ivana Hrdličková, Closing Remarks at the Peace Palace Conference on Integrity in International Justice2018-12-02

Speaker: Judge Ivana Hrdličková (President, Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the Peace Palace Conference on Integrity in International Justice

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 03:53

Klaus Rackwitz, Closing Remarks at the Peace Palace Conference on Integrity in International Justice2018-12-02

Speaker: Director Klaus Rackwitz (International Nuremberg Principles Academy)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the Peace Palace Conference on Integrity in International Justice

Date of recording: 2 December 2018

Place of recording: Peace Palace, The Hague

Duration of recording: 02:41

Manoj Kumar Sinha, Opening Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speaker: Professor Manoj Kumar Sinha (Director, Indian Law Institute)

Topic: Opening Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 06:55

Madan B. Lokur, Opening Address at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speaker: Honourable Mr. Justice Madan B. Lokur (former Judge, Supreme Court of India)

Topic: Opening Address at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 09:12

Narinder Singh, Opening Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speaker: Ambassador Narinder Singh (Professor, Maharishi University; former Chair, UN International Law Commission)

Topic: Opening Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 10:41

Usha Tandon, Opening Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speaker: Professor Usha Tandon (Professor-in-Charge, Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi)

Topic: Opening Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 09:37

Xabier Agirre, Opening Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speaker: Xabier Agirre (Head of Investigative Analysis Section, Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Court)

Topic: Opening Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 05:55

Carsten Stahn, From Preliminary Examination to Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speakers: Professor Carsten Stahn (Leiden University), with remarks by the session chair, Ambassador Narinder Singh (former Chairman, UN International Law Commission)

Topic: From Preliminary Examination to Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 27:47

Morten Bergsmo, Rethinking Instruments of Quality Control in the Investigation and Preparation of Core International Crimes Cases2019-02-22

Speakers: Director Morten Bergsmo (CILRAP); with comments by Ambassador Narinder Singh (former Chairman, UN International Law Commission)

Topic: Rethinking Instruments of Quality Control in the Investigation and Preparation of Core International Crimes Cases

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 31:05

Trond Myklebust and Gavin Oxburgh, Interviewing Witnesses, in Particular Insiders2019-02-22

Speaker: Dr. Trond Myklebust (The Norwegian Police University College) and Dr. Gavin Oxburgh (Professor, Newcastle University)

Topic: Interviewing Witnesses, in Particular Insiders

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 38:39

Christopher B. Mahony, Quality Control in Witness Protection2019-02-22

Speaker: Dr. Christopher B. Mahony (The World Bank)

Topic: Quality Control in Witness Protection

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 35:20

Christian Axboe Nielsen, Analysis of Organisational Structures and Quality Control of Case Development2019-02-22

Speaker: Dr. Christian Axboe Nielsen (University of Aarhus)

Topic: Analysis of Organisational Structures and Quality Control of Case Development

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 27:49

Xabier Agirre, On How Analysis Can Enhance the Quality of Investigation and Case Preparation2019-02-22

Speaker: Xabier Agirre (Head of Investigative Analysis Section, Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Court)

Topic: On How Analysis Can Enhance the Quality of Investigation and Case Preparation

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 17:24

Olympia Bekou, Loss of Overview and In-Depth Analysis of Evidence During the Preparation of Fact-Rich Cases2019-02-22

Speaker: Professor Olympia Bekou (The University of Nottingham)

Topic: Loss of Overview and In-Depth Analysis of Evidence During the Preparation of Fact-Rich Cases

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 29:55

Simon De Smet, Enhancing the Quality of Reasoning about the Link Between Evidence and Factual Propositions2019-02-22

Speaker: Dr. Simon De Smet (Cambridge University)

Topic: Enhancing the Quality of Reasoning about the Link Between Evidence and Factual Propositions

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 32:59

Moa Lidén, Prevention of Factual Confirmation-Bias During Offence-Driven Investigations2019-02-22

Speaker: Dr. Moa Lidén (Uppsala University)

Topic: Prevention of Factual Confirmation-Bias During Offence-Driven Investigations

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 23:16

Matthias Neuner, Quality Control in Determining Which Formulations of Criminal Responsibility Applies2019-02-22

Speaker: Matthias Neuner (Trial Counsel, Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

Topic: Quality Control in Determining Which Formulations of Criminal Responsibility Applies

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 26:45

William H. Wiley, Incisive Hypotheses on Criminal Responsibility in Team Environments2019-02-22

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

Topic: Incisive Hypotheses on Criminal Responsibility in Team Environments

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 28:06

Devasheesh Bais, Prioritisation of Suspected Conduct and Cases: From Idea to Practice2019-02-22

Speaker: Devasheesh Bais (Advocate, High Court of Madhya Pradesh)

Topic: Prioritisation of Suspected Conduct and Cases: From Idea to Practice

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 24:12

Cale J. Davis, Cumulative Charging and Challenges in Charge Selection2019-02-22

Speaker: Cale J. Davis (Doctoral candidate, Leiden University)

Topic: Cumulative Charging and Challenges in Charge Selection

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 26:47

David Re, Rethinking Disclosure in Core International Crimes Cases2019-02-22

Speaker: Judge David Re (Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

Topic: Rethinking Disclosure in Core International Crimes Cases

Date of recording: 22 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 22:14

Markus Eikel, Nature and Use of Investigation Plans at the International Criminal Court2019-02-22

Speaker: Dr. Markus Eikel (Senior Investigator, International Criminal Court)

Topic: Nature and Use of Investigation Plans at the International Criminal Court

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 28:18

Antonio Angotti , Investigation Plans in the Draft Regulations of the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court: An Italian Perspective2019-02-22

Speaker: Antonio Angotti (Attorney, Florence)

Topic: Investigation Plans in the Draft Regulations of the Office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court: An Italian Perspective

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 29:46

Usha Tandon and Shreeyash Uday Lalit, Use of Investigation Plans in Indian Criminal Justice: The Crime of Human Trafficking2019-02-22

Speaker: Professor Usha Tandon (Professor-in-Charge, Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi) and Shreeyash Uday Lalit (Advocate, Delhi High Court)

Topic: Use of Investigation Plans in Indian Criminal Justice: The Crime of Human Trafficking

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 49:31

Alf Butenschøn Skre, Investigation Plans as Management Tools in Norway2019-02-22

Speaker: Alf Butenschøn Skre (Norwegian Government)

Topic: Investigation Plans as Management Tools in Norway

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 42:39

Gilbert Bitti, Quality Control in Case Preparation and the Role of the Judiciary of the International Criminal Court2019-02-22

Speaker: Gilbert Bitti (Senior Legal Adviser, Pre-Trial Division, International Criminal Court) (speaking in his personal capacity)

Topic: Quality Control in Case Preparation and the Role of the Judiciary of the International Criminal Court

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 43:01

Leïla Bourguiba, The Role of the Judiciary in the Enhancement of Quality in the National Investigation and Preparation of Core International Crimes Cases2019-02-22

Speaker: Leïla Bourguiba (Legal Advisor, The Impact of International Law on MENA Countries)

Topic: The Role of the Judiciary in the Enhancement of Quality in the National Investigation and Preparation of Core International Crimes Cases

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 31:55

Eleni Chaitidou, The Judiciary and Enhancement of the Classification of Alleged Conduct2019-02-22

Speaker: Eleni Chaitidou (Legal Officer, Pre-Trial Division, International Criminal Court) (speaking in her personal capacity)

Topic: The Judiciary and Enhancement of the Classification of Alleged Conduct

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 29:16

Gregory S. Gordon, Synthesis of Conference Papers and Deliberations2019-02-22

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

Topic: Synthesis of Conference Papers and Deliberations

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 29:51

Usha Tandon, Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speaker: Professor Usha Tandon (Professor-in-Charge, Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 4:57

Gudmundur Eiriksson, Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speaker: Professor Gudmundur Eiriksson (Jindal Global University; former member of the UN International Law Commission)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 09:16

Gilad Noam, Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speaker: Dr. Gilad Noam (Senior Director, International Justice Division, Office of the Deputy Attorney General (International Law), Israeli Ministry of Justice)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 10:32

Narinder Singh, Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speaker: Ambassador Narinder Singh (Professor, Maharishi University; former Chairman, UN International Law Commission)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 05:54

Xabier Agirre, Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speaker: Xabier Agirre (Head of Investigative Analysis Section, Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Court)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 04:22

Manoj Kumar Sinha, Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation2019-02-22

Speaker: Professor Manoj Kumar Sinha (Director, Indian Law Institute)

Topic: Closing Remarks at the New Delhi Conference on Quality Control in Criminal Investigation

Date of recording: 23 February 2019

Place of recording: Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

Duration of recording: 10:06

Morten Bergsmo, Double Standards and the Problem of Access to International Law2020-01-10

Speaker: Director Morten Bergsmo (CILRAP)

Topic: Double Standards and the Problem of Access to International Law

Date of recording: 16 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 1:06:07

Shannon E. Fyfe, The Transfer of Civilians as a Collective Harm (and Wrong)2020-01-10

Speaker: Assistant Professor Shannon E. Fyfe (George Mason University)

Topic: The Transfer of Civilians as a Collective Harm (and Wrong)

Date of recording: 16 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 38:04

Brigid Inder, Session Comment2020-01-10

Speaker: Brigid Inder OBE (Advisor and Senior Consultant; formerly, co-founder and Executive Director of the Women's Initiatives for Gender Justice; Special Advisor on Gender to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court)

Topic: Session 1 Comment

Date of recording: 16 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 11:53

Mutoy Mubiala, Addressing Colonial Wrong-Doing in the Great Lakes Region of Africa2020-01-10

Speaker: Dr. Mutoy Mubiala (Associate Professor of International Human Rights Law, University of Kinshasa (DRC); formerly, UNHCHR)

Topic: Addressing Colonial Wrong-Doing in the Great Lakes Region of Africa

Date of recording: 16 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 16:50

Crépine Uwashema, Possible Impediments to Justice for Colonial Crimes: A Belgian Perspective2020-01-10

Speaker: Ms. Crépine Uwashema (Juscogens law firm, Brussels)

Topic: Possible Impediments to Justice for Colonial Crimes: A Belgian Perspective

Date of recording: 16 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 24:14

Gregory S. Gordon, Session 2 Comment2020-01-10

Speaker: Professor Gregory S. Gordon (Chinese University of Hong Kong; CILRAP Research Fellow)

Topic: Session 2 Comment

Date of recording: 16 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 11:48

Jacques P. Leider, The ‘Chittagonians’ in Colonial Arakan (Rakhine State): Seasonal Migrations, Settlements and the Socio-Political Impact2020-01-10

Speaker: Dr. Jacques P. Leider (Lecturer, The French School of Asian Studies; Scientific Co-ordinator of the EU-funded research project 'Competing Regional Integrations in Southeast Asia' (CRISEA))

Topic: The ‘Chittagonians’ in Colonial Arakan (Rakhine State): Seasonal Migrations, Settlements and the Socio-Political Impact

Date of recording: 16 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 49:39

Kyaw Yin Hlaing, The Importance of Hearing Grievances Linked to Colonial Wrongs in Burma2020-01-10

Speaker: Dr. Kyaw Yin Hlaing (Director, Center for Diversity and National Harmony)

Topic: The Importance of Hearing Grievances Linked to Colonial Wrongs in Burma

Date of recording: 16 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 34:38

Ryan Mitchell, Myanmar and the Hegemonic Discourse of International Criminal Law: Three Critiques2020-01-10

Speaker: Professor Ryan Mitchell (Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Topic: Myanmar and the Hegemonic Discourse of International Criminal Law: Three Critiques

Date of recording: 17 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 32:55

LING Yan, On the Relevancy of Chinese Colonial Grievances to International Law2020-01-10

Speakers: Professor LING Yan (China University of Political Science and Law)

Topic: On the Relevancy of Chinese Colonial Grievances to International Law

Date of recording: 17 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 35:51

CHAN Ho Shing Icarus, Use and Abuse of Colonial Grievances and Double Standards: China and the Five Principles of Peaceful Co-Existence2020-01-10

Speaker: Mr. CHAN Ho Shing Icarus (Fellow, CILRAP)

Topic: Use and Abuse of Colonial Grievances and Double Standards: China and the Five Principles of Peaceful Co-Existence

Date of recording: 17 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 52:35

Claus Kreß, Inter-State Violence, Colonial Violence and International Criminal Law: Japan’s Wars of Aggression and the Perception of Double Legal Standards2020-01-10

Speaker: Professor Claus Kreß (University of Cologne)

Topic: Inter-State Violence, Colonial Violence and International Criminal Law: Japan’s Wars of Aggression and the Perception of Double Legal Standards

Date of recording: 17 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 38:05

Kevin Crow, Session 4 Comment2020-01-10

Speaker: Professor Kevin Crow (Asia School of Business; International Faculty Fellow, MIT)

Topic: Session 4 Comment

Date of recording: 17 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 5:21

Gunnar Ekeløve-Slydal, Past Wrongdoing Against Romani and Sami in Norway and the Prism of Modern International Criminal Law2020-01-10

Speaker: Mr. Gunnar Ekeløve-Slydal (Lecturer, University of South East Norway; Deputy Secretary General, Norwegian Helsinki Committee)

Topic: Past Wrongdoing Against Romani and Sami in Norway and the Prism of Modern International Criminal Law

Date of recording: 17 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 40:33

Asad G. Kiyani, Colonial Self-Exemption and Genocide in Canada2020-01-10

Speaker: Professor Asad G. Kiyani (University of Calgary)

Topic: Colonial Self-Exemption and Genocide in Canada

Date of recording: 17 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 45:33

YANG Ken, The Doctrine of Debellatio or Subjugation: Its Past and Contemporary Relevancy2020-01-10

Speaker: Mr. YANG Ken (Researcher, European University Institute)

Topic: The Doctrine of Debellatio or Subjugation: Its Past and Contemporary Relevancy

Date of recording: 17 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 42:10

Matthias Neuner, The Notion of Continuous or Continuing International Crime2020-01-10

Speaker: Mr. Matthias Neuner (Trial Counsel, Office of the Prosecutor, Special Tribunal for Lebanon)

Topic: The Notion of Continuous or Continuing International Crime

Date of recording: 17 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 34:34

Hugo van der Merwe, Transitional Justice Policy Priorities: African versus European Agendas2020-01-10

Speaker: Dr. Hugo van der Merwe (Director of Research, Knowledge and Learning, Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation; Co-Editor in Chief, International Journal of Transitional Justice)

Topic: Transitional Justice Policy Priorities: African versus European Agendas

Date of recording: 17 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 28:47

Gregory S. Gordon, Colonial Wrongs, Memory and Speech Along the Atrocity Spectrum2020-01-10

Speaker: Professor Gregory S. Gordon (Chinese University of Hong Kong; CILRAP Research Fellow)

Topic: Colonial Wrongs, Memory and Speech Along the Atrocity Spectrum

Date of recording: 17 November 2019

Place of recording: Yangon, Myanmar

Duration of recording: 56:09

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