Topic: From Rwanda to The Hague, via Cambodia: a comparative look at three international criminal justice responses

Presenter: Clair Duffy - Barrister and International Legal Consultant

This presentation looks at three international criminal justice responses – the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (established pursuant to UN Security Council resolution); the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (established pursuant to agreement between the UN and the Royal Government of Cambodia); and the International Criminal Court (a treaty-based judicial institution in relationship with the United Nations Security Council)) – and explores how the political acts establishing these institutions has played out within prosecutorial and judicial decision-making.

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Contact: Jane Gay, ph: 336 52523, email:

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