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ADC-ICTY Annual Conference ‘Quo Vadis, International Criminal Law?’, 3 December, The Hague

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The ADC-ICTY will be holding its Annual Conference on 3 December in The Hague.

The title of the conference is: ‘Quo Vadis, International Criminal Law? Current Challenges of Implementing International Humanitarian Law and International Criminal Law‘.

The topics of the Conference panels are:

– Positive Complementarity – National Jurisdictions and Effective Sanctions
– Transitional Justice: Experience of implementing ICL and IHL in Ukraine
– Relocated Justice: The Kosovo Specialist Chambers
– Non-Judicial Mechanisms as an Alternative or Complementary to International Criminal Proceedings

Feel free to access the Registration Form and Full Conference Programme.

More information on the annual conference is available here: http://www.adc-icty.org/training.

Registration deadline: Friday 25 November 2016.

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