Richard Dicker, Director of the International Justice Program at Human Rights Watch, will discuss some of the latest developments in international justice, touching on the international investigative mechanism for Syria (IIIM), the Investigative Team looking at international crimes committed by members of ISIS in Iraq, and the development on accountability for the Rohingya.
- Developments on accountability for the Rohingya
- A word on the international investigation in Iraq re ISIS crimes
- The Syria investigative mechanism
About the speaker
Richard Dicker, director of Human Rights Watch's international justice program since it was founded in 2001, has worked at Human Rights Watch since 1990. He started working on international justice issues in 1994 when Human Rights Watch attempted to persuade several governments to bring a case before the International Court of Justice charging the government of Iraq with genocide against the Kurds. Dicker later led the Human Rights Watch multi-year campaign to establish the International Criminal Court (ICC). He continues to be closely involved on issues that are important at the ICC.
RSVP Here. Lunch will be guarenteed with RSVP by Thursday, November 8.
Co-Sponsonsor(s): Promise Institute for Human Rights; International and Comparative Law Program
As part of International Education Week 2018
Promise Institute for Human Rights "Global Justice and Accountability Series"