3. New Additions to the UN Audiovisual Library of International Law. In commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of the International Court of Justice, the Codification Division of the UN Office of Legal Affairs has recently added the following interview recordings in French to the UN Audiovisual Library of International Law website: President Abraham – “La Cour internationale de Justice à l’aube de son soixante-dixième anniversaire” and the Registrar, Mr. Couvreur, – “Le déroulement du procès devant la Cour internationale de Justice”.
4. Eighteenth Summer Session of Salzburg Law School on International Criminal Law, Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law. The Salzburg Law School on International Criminal Law, Humanitarian Law and Human Rights Law (SLS) welcomes applications for its Eighteenth Summer Session, 31 July to 10 August 2016. Under the title ‘Achieving International Criminal Justice by Safeguarding the Principle of Equality for Unequal Perpetrators of Crimes Under International Law’, SLS 2016 will assess the different roles of individual perpetrators within a macro-criminal context of concerted or mass violence. The course includes a workshop on Russian approaches to international criminal justice as well as the situations in Georgia and the Ukraine and will provide ample opportunity to discuss current developments in ICL. This year’s faculty include Mr. Gilbert Bitti (ICC); Prof. Gleb Bogush (Lomonosov Moscow State University/Russian Academy of Justice); Dr. Konrad Bühler (Austrian MFA); Ms. Eleni Chaitidou (ICC); Prof. Roger Clark (Rutgers University); Dr. David Donat Cattin (PGA/New York University); Prof. Benjamin Ferencz (via video message); Prof. Charles Garraway (University of Essex); Prof. Gerhard Hafner (University of Vienna); Prof. Frédéric Mégret (McGill University); Judge Daniel N. Nsereko (Special Tribunal for Lebanon); Prof. Alette Smeulers (Universities of Tilburg and Groningen); and Dr. Astrid Reisinger Coracini (University of Salzburg). SLS is an intensive course in ICL for advanced students, young academics and practitioners, founded by the late Prof. Otto Triffterer at the University of Salzburg in 1999. Every year, it assembles around 40 participants from all over the world to learn from and discuss with distinguished scholars and experienced practitioners in the field of international criminal law. For the draft academic programme and further information see here or contact Salzburg_Law_School@