91 results for ["CRIMINAL LAW"]
2 Chapters • 39:29

President Patrick Robinson (ICTY) - Fairness and Efficiency in the Proceedings of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia

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27:45

In a series of lectures entitled "The Evolution of International Law - A Personal Account", Benjamin B. Ferencz describes his personal experiences and conclusions over more than half a century trying to replace the law of force by the force of law. As part of a comprehensive historical review, he describes the little-known trials by military commissions that preceded the International Military Tribunal and the dozen subsequent trials at Nuremberg where other leading perpetrators were held accountable.

Also available in Chinese

2 Chapters • 27:52

In a series of lectures entitled "The Evolution of International Law - A Personal Account", Benjamin B. Ferencz describes his personal experiences and conclusions over more than half a century trying to replace the law of force by the force of law. As part of a comprehensive historical review, he describes the little-known trials by military commissions that preceded the International Military Tribunal and the dozen subsequent trials at Nuremberg where other leading perpetrators were held accountable.

Also available in Russian

40:42
Audiovisual Library of International Law

Paul van Zyl - Introduction to Transitional Justice

18 Aug 2008

This lecture addresses the legal, moral, social, and political questions that arise in countries emerging from massive conflict or periods of authoritarian or repressive rule, focusing on the strategies available to societies pursuing accountability for past mass atrocity or human rights abuse.

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2 Chapters • 33:07

In a series of lectures entitled "The Evolution of International Law - A Personal Account", Benjamin B. Ferencz describes his personal experiences and conclusions over more than half a century trying to replace the law of force by the force of law. As part of a comprehensive historical review, he describes the little-known trials by military commissions that preceded the International Military Tribunal and the dozen subsequent trials at Nuremberg where other leading perpetrators were held accountable.

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06:16

Fifty-second session of the General Assembly, 72nd plenary meeting, United Nations Headquarters, New York, United States, 15 December 1997

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2 Chapters • 27:52

In a series of lectures entitled "The Evolution of International Law - A Personal Account", Benjamin B. Ferencz describes his personal experiences and conclusions over more than half a century trying to replace the law of force by the force of law. As part of a comprehensive historical review, he describes the little-known trials by military commissions that preceded the International Military Tribunal and the dozen subsequent trials at Nuremberg where other leading perpetrators were held accountable.

Also available in French

1:46:26

Forty-ninth session of the General Assembly, 84th plenary meeting, 9 December 1994: Convention on the Safety of United Nations and Associated Personnel

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Forty-ninth Session of the General Assembly, 84th Plenary Meeting, 9 December 1994: Measures to eliminate international terrorism, adoption of Resolution 49/60

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01:36
Audiovisual Library of International Law

Genocide Convention - Signing Ceremony

10 Nov 2013

Signing Ceremony of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, Paris, France. [Mute]

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