Reparations for victims of mass atrocities: The International Criminal Court (ICC) and International Human Rights Law and Mechanisms

ICL Lunch with PluriCourts post doctoral researcher Juan Pablo Pérez León Acevedo. 

In this ICL lunch the actual and potential impact of international human rights law and mechanisms on the substantive, procedural and institutional law of the ICC reparations system will be examined. 



Pluricourts holds a monthly international criminal law (ICL) lunch, where an invited ICL expert gives a presentation on a topic of their choice, followed by questions from the audience. The aim is to provide a wide-ranging lecture series, giving varied insights into what is happening within the field of ICL today. We invite speakers from different backgrounds, and have had presentations from Norwegian- based and international academics, as well as speakers from local agencies who work with ICL-related issues, such as Kripos and the Norwegian Red Cross. The lunches also function as a meeting point for those who are interested in ICL, allowing for ideas to be exchanged and developed. They are open to the public, and are attended by staff, students and those working in ICL in the Oslo area.


Tags: Human Rights, Criminal law
Published May 29, 2017 10:23 AM - Last modified June 1, 2017 10:49 AM