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This debate will discuss the relationship between the ICC, States and the Security Council, as well as transitional justice initiatives in Yemen and elsewhere.

Detail Summary
Date 31 May 2013
Time 17:00 - 19:00

The Arab Spring led to a UN Security Council referral of the Libya situation to the International Criminal Court. In Yemen, the Security Council helped to facilitate a transitional justice process. But are these initiatives working? And what are the prospects for Syria?

The panellists will discuss the relationship between the International Criminal Court, States and the Security Council, as well as transitional justice initiatives in Yemen and elsewhere. They will also highlight the perspectives of people in the region to such international action and proposals for a way forward.

Location

The Hague Institute for Global Justice

Sophialaan 10

2514 JR, The Hague

International Justice and Challenges - Invitation