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DOMAC Conference in Amsterdam

Our readers, especially those living in The Netherlands, might be interested in attending the forthcoming DOMAC conference in Amsterdam, to be held on 30 September and 1 October. DOMAC is an EU-funded joint project of Reykjavik University, University of Amsterdam, Hebrew University and University College London, and focuses on the actual interaction between national and international courts involved in prosecuting individuals in mass atrocity situations. Readers can find more about it here. The theme of the conference itself is the impact of international criminal procedures on domestic criminal procedures in mass atrocity cases, and the program is available here.

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ILA Conference in The Hague

I was asked by the organizers of the 2010 ILA Conference in the Hague to put up this notice, and do so with pleasure. The Conference starts in a couple of days, and I’m sure it’ll be a wonderful event. The 15th – 20th of August 2010 marks a historic moment for the Netherlands Society of International Law…

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Call for Papers: Untold Stories: Hidden Histories of War Crimes Trials

UNTOLD STORIES: HIDDEN HISTORIES OF WAR CRIMES TRIALS A two-day international symposium to uncover and explore some of the less well-known war crimes trials, both international and domestic. Melbourne Law School 15th and 16th October 2010 Presented by The Asia Pacific Centre for Military Law, Melbourne Law School, and supported by an Australian Research Council Discovery Project Grant Organizers:…

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Conference: „Resources of Conflict – Conflicts over Resources“

The Editors of the Goettingen Journal of International Law have asked me to post their call for papers for a conference in Goettingen, Germany, in October 2010, at which Judge Bruno Simma will be the keynote speaker. Papers from the conference will be published in the Journal, and a limited number of travel grants is also available. Readers can find…

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