The Long Hot Summer after the Arab Spring: Accountability and the Rule of Law
The seventh annual International Humanitarian Law Dialogs is an historic gathering of renowned international prosecutors from Nuremberg, The International Criminal Court, The International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, The Special Court for Sierra Leone, The Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia and the Special Tribunal for Lebanon.
The Prosecutors will be joined by leading professionals in the field of International Humanitarian Law. The 2013 installation of the Dialogs focuses on the theme, “The Long Hot Summer after The Arab Spring: Accountability and the Rule of Law.” The sessions are free (with the exception of meals) and open to the public. For more information be contact the Jackson Center at 716-483-6646.