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Quality Control in Preliminary Examination

Quality Control in Preliminary Examination
The Hague, 13-14 June 2017

In the table below, you find podcasts from CILRAP’s conference on ‘Quality Control in Preliminary Examination’ in The Hague on 13-14 June 2017. This conference was part of CILRAP’s broader research project on quality control in fact-work relevant to core international crimes.

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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

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