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Centre for International Governance and Justice: News and Events

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The past two weeks have seen the CIGJ host the fantastically successful Festival of International Law. Events included workshops, film screenings, and masterclasses, and centred on international law’s role in the Palestine-Israel relationship and international criminal law as rhetoric.

This coming Wednesday, Michelle Jarvis, Deputy to the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal (and who also presented a special session at the international criminal law as rhetoric workshop), will present a seminar at the CIGJ in which she reflects back over two decades of the tribunal’s work and identifies some of the key challenges for international justice in the future. The seminar is open to the public: further details can be found here.

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