A Brief Biography
May 27, 2017
“The New World (Dis)Order: International Humanitarian Law in an Uncertain World.” Highlights of the Dialogs include updates from the current prosecutors, a panel discussion on the Relevance of International Humanitarian Law in 2014, and the issuance of the eighth Chautauqua Declaration by all the Prosecutors in attendance.
Ambassador Intelmann is Ambassador-at-Large of Estonia for the International Criminal Court. On 12 December 2011, she was elected President of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute at the tenth session of the Assembly. She has a broad professional experience in international matters and relations and therefore she comes to the Presidency with a long history of involvement in multilateral negotiations. She has previously served as the Permanent Representative of Estonia to the United Nations as well as to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe and as Ambassador to the State of Israel. She has also served as Undersecretary for Political Affairs and Relations with the Press in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia.