IBA Annual Conference on International Criminal Law: 31 January – 3 February 2015, The Hague

1 December 2014

The title of the conference is “International Legal Challenges for 2015”, and the topics to be discussed at the six sessions on Saturday and Sunday morning include:

  • Respecting state sovereignty and the ICC – unwilling or unable?
  • Russia and Ukraine - Annexation and aggression and the effectiveness of IL/ICL in these situations. A review and analysis of what did/could/should have happened
  • Israel and Gaza. Sri Lanka and LTTE - The right of states to confront hostile forces embedded within the civilian population
  • ISIS, Supporting Revolution and the International Legal Context of Aiding and Abetting
  • Challenges in securing truthful witness testimony in ICL
  • Expanding the jurisdiction of the African court on human and peoples’ rights

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