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Advancing the Impact of Victim Participation at the International Criminal Court: Bridging the Gap Between Research and Practice

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On 4th October 2018 the Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford and the ICCBA are hosting a one-day workshop on victim participation at the International Criminal Court. It will focus on certain elements of victim participation, including theoretical and jurisprudential developments, reparation jurisprudence, as well as ethical, psychological and practical considerations in client-counsel relations in victim representation at the ICC.

The event is part of a 12 month collaboration between the ICCBA and Oxford, and will be held in the Bonavero Institute: Sir Joseph Hotung Auditorium at Mansfield College, lasting from 9:00-13:00. Associate Member of 9BRi Jens Dieckmann is to take part in the workshop as both a speaker and moderator in his capacity as ICCBA Vice President for Victims and Chair of Victims Committee.

To learn more about the event, please access the link below:

https://www.iccba-abcpi.org/single-post/2018/09/08/Advancing-the-Impact-of-Victim-Participation-at-the-International-Criminal-Court-Bridging-the-Gap-Between-Research-and-Practice-Workshop—4-October-2018-Oxford

 

 

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Text source: www.iccba-abcpi.org – 30th September 2018

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