Tents of Witness | The International Criminal Court: Women as Victims, Perpetrators, Prosecutors, and Judges

February 25, 2016

World Without Genocide at Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Co-Sponsored by the Justice Commission of the Sisters of St. Joseph

This program is part of the Tents of Witness: Genocide and Conflict exhibit on display at Wisdom Ways February 24 and 25, 10:00 am-7:00 pm, and February 26, 10:00 am-1:00 pm. For more information about the Tents of Witness exhibit and other related programming, please visit here.


The International Criminal Court:  Women as Victims, Perpetrators, Prosecutors, and Judges
Michelle Johnson, Megan Manion, Sarah Schmidt
Benjamin B. Ferencz Fellows in Human Rights &  Law

The International Criminal Court is the world’s first permanent court established to prosecute individual perpetrators for crimes against humanity, genocide, war crimes, and aggression.  This special program highlights women in all of these roles but most especially in their significance in shaping international criminal law.

WHEN: Thursday, February 25, 7:00 - 8:30 pm

COST: Free; please RSVP
Continuing Legal Education Credits: 1.5 Elimination of Bias CLE credits

This program is now closed for registration.


About World Without Genocide:

 

World Without Genocide works to protect innocent people around the world; prevent genocide by combating racism and prejudice; advocate for the prosecution of perpetrators; and remember those whose lives and cultures have been destroyed by violence. World Without Genocide envisions a future in which genocide and other mass atrocities, perpetrated against innocent people based solely on who they are, will disappear from the earth.