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The Project ‘Historical Origins of International Criminal Law’

With partners from around the world, CILRAP has undertaken the research project ‘Historical Origins of International Criminal Law’. The project entailed two initial expert conferences in Hong Kong (1-2 March 2014) and New Delhi (29-30 November 2014), out of which was produced Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volumes 1-4. Later, a Volume 5 was added to the Series. With 148 contributors, 131 chapters, and 4,532 pages, this is the largest international criminal law research project to date.

Book launch events have been held in in New York (12 December 2014), The Hague (20 November 2015), Beijing (28 November 2015), Berlin (15 December 2015), Delhi (25 February 2016) and Nuremberg (29 April 2017). You find various statements and recordings by following the links. At the last of these events, Professor Morten Bergsmo held a speech on the Project as a whole in the courtroom of the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg.

There have been more than ten reviews of the Project volumes in international journals and yearbooks, including in the American Journal of International Law.

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