WCRO ANNOUNCEMENTS

Seeking Truth in the Balkans Documentary Screening & Discussion

Join us on Wednesday, April 15th, for a screening and discussion of the new documentary film Seeking Truth in the Balkans, directed by June Vutrano and Erin Lovall. The film focuses on the legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, and is comprised of over 75 interviews with legal scholars, human rights activists, lawyers, and victims. The discussion following the film will include the directors and international justice experts. Please RSVP to warcrimes@wcl.american.edu. The event flyer is available here.

Trials and Tribulations of an International Criminal Judge in Kosovo

Join us on Wednesday, March 25th, for a discussion with Judge Dean Pineles, former judge with the European Rule of Law Mission in Kosovo (EULEX). Please RSVP to warcrimes@wcl.american.edu. The event flyer is available here.

The WCRO is on Facebook!

Keep up with WCRO news and events via our new Facebook page. Please "like" and "share" us to help spread the word!

Hague Summer Law Program

You can view the webcast of our past Information Session on the Hague Summer Law Program here. The application for the program is available at www.wcl.american.edu/hague. Please e-mail hagueprogram@wcl.american.edu with any questions.

Accountability for Serious International Crimes before National and Internationally-Supported Courts: Challenges and Opportunities

The WCRO hosted David Mandel-Anthony, Senior Policy Advisor at the U.S. Department of State Office of Global Criminal Justice, as part of the War Crimes Speaker Series on Wednesday, February 25th at WCL. Video of the event is available here.

A Time to Act - Combating Sexual Violence in Syria and Iraq

WCRO Director Susana SáCouto moderated a discussion on sexual and gender-based violence in Syria and Iraq hosted by the American Red Cross on Thursday, November 6th. Video of the event is available here.

African States Challenging International Law

Roland Adjovi,  one of the five experts in the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention, delivered a lecture on the relationship between African states and the International Criminal Court on Thursday, October 16th, at WCL. Yoo can read more about it here.

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