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Victims of international crimes: What can we learn from the Latin American experience?


This Talk will focus on the legacy of the victims’ rights movement in Latin America. All over the world, local groups approach the question of victims and victims’ rights differently. Latin America is quite unique and is by far the strongest and most developed region when it comes to interpretation and implementation of victims’ rights.

Speakers
Mariana Pena – Open Society Justice initiative
Paolina Massidda – International Court of Justice (ICC)
and a student speaker from Colombia

Moderator: Hector Olasolo

Join our debate! Come to this free event. register@haguetalks.com att: victims rights

Discussion


Is it possible to achieve positive peace and international justice without raising ethical standards?

Every year there are around a hundred armed conflicts in the world, ranging from large scale conflicts to smaller conflicts. Peace has been defined in a negative way as the ‘absence of armed conflict’, regardless of the level of other armed violence like organized crime…

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Comments (3)

  • Tony Oposa Jr says, "Excellent message. Look forward to making contact with you one day. Keep up the good work!"
  • Kay says, "Kick the tires and light the fires, problem ofallifciy solved!"

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