New Challenges to Justice: Genocide in the 21st Century

After decades of progress towards a robust legal regime to prevent and punish genocide, to provide redress for its consequences, the first two decades of the 21st century have seen a resurgence in the commission of genocides around the world, numerous setbacks in international prosecutions, and the failure of efforts to replicate the success of the Holocaust restitution settlements for other survivor and victim groups. This conference, bringing together lawyers, academics, historians, and activists, asks where we go from here. How can lawyers and activists respond to these challenges, and what role can we play going forward? Please join us in exploring current genocides occurring around the world today, legal challenges to post-conflict justice, and effective advocacy in a changing world.

Panel 1: Challenges to Securing Post- Conflict Justice

Lunch Keynote

Panel 2: Conducting Effective Advocacy in the 21st Century

Livestream:  livestream.lls.edu

Friday, October 12 at 10:00am to 3:00pm

Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

Event Type

Student Event, Faculty - Academic, Center, Clinic & Program Events

Cost

$40 early bird, $55 Regular

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