International human rights law and international humanitarian law have embraced the principle of reparation and even expanded traditional mechanisms of reparation in response to the nature of the violations. The treatment of reparation to individuals in these fields is extensive yet varied. The purpose of this event is to explore the topic of “reparation to individuals for violations of international human rights law and international humanitarian law” both theoretically and practically. The goals is to identify contentious points and points of agreement in the international legal community in order to promote development in this important area of international law. The panels are composed of prominent members of the international legal community and will cover general principles of reparation, reparation in the universal and regional systems, reparation under human rights law and humanitarian law, and reparation in transitional justice. More information to come!
Special Events & Continuing Legal Education
Special Events & CLE
Washington College of Law
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