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This event was related to the newly launched national project “Strengthening Justice for International Crimes: A Canadian Partnership” funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and presented in collaboration with the McGill Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism.
The in-person workshops are designed to spark debates and enable participants to network, interact, and share thoughts with leading experts on topical issues and thought-provoking topics (e.g. peace and justice, victim participation in international courts and tribunals, ICC at a cross-roads, current challenges of the ICC, key cases to date). Participants will have the opportunity to delve more deeply into the nuances and diverse factors behind some of the most important cases in International Law and more thoroughly understand the use of International Law through conventions and their implementation. This is the opportunity to bring the online content of the course alive through discussions and debate. In-person workshops focus on many topics and serve to complement the online learning materials. Get an overview of the whole International Criminal Law Certificate Program here.
By registering to one of the in-person events, you will also be offered a 10% discount on two webinars of your choice.
These in-person workshops are held in cities across Canada and internationally. Would you like to see a workshop in your city? Contact us if you are interested in helping us organise a workshop near you!
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Presented in collaboration with Canadian Lawyers Abroad.
Date: October 2, 2015
Location: 120 University Pvt, Room 4004 (4th floor), Ottawa, ON.
This event is CPD accredited and presents lectures in the morning and workshops in the afternoon. Join us as we launch our ICL Program Certificate with a day of presentations, debates, question and answer periods and networking with some of the top ICL experts in Canada.
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