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Colonial Wrongs, Double Standards, and Access to International Law

Colonial Wrongs, Double Standards, and Access to International Law
Yangon, 16-17 November 2019

In the table below, you find podcasts from the conference on ‘Colonial Wrongs, Double Standards, and Access to International Law' organised by the Centre for International Law Research and Policy together with partners from China, Germany, India and Myanmar, with support from the Norwegian Government, in Yangon on 16-17 November 2019. This conference is part of a wider series focussing on colonial wrongs and the problem of double standards.

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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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