The European Humanities University (EHU Academic Department of Social Sciences) and Centre for Constitutionalism and Human Rights of EHU invites everyone to a series of three lectures on International criminal law, supported by the Embassy of the Netherlands.
The first lecture will take place on 19 October and will focus on State responsibility: International Court of Justice, human rights mechanisms, treaties and jurisdiction.
The second lecture will take place on 20 October and will focus on Individual criminal accountability: International Criminal Court, universal jurisdiction and head of state immunity.
The third lecture will take place on 21 October and will focus on Evidence gathering: practice of documenting atrocity crimes for accountability.
The guest speakers will be:
Dr Marieke de Hoon is Assistant Professor of International Criminal Law at the University of Amsterdam. She is also Director of the Netherlands Office and Senior Counsel at the Public International Law & Policy Group. She is an expert on (post-)conflict justice for core international crimes.
Sindija Beta is Senior Research Associate at the Public International Law & Policy Group (the Netherlands Office) working in various transitional justice and human rights documentation projects. Previously, she worked at the European Commission in the Cabinet of the European Commission.
Important to know:
Date: 19, 20, 21 October (5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. (Vilnius time)).
Location: EHU, Audience 110 or Zoom (link will be sent to you before lectures).
Format of the event: offline and online.
Participants will receive a certificate of attendance from EHU.
To participate in the lecture series please fill in the form at the link.