Fall 2013

Fall 2013
Human Rights and Transitional Justice Seminar Series


 

Overview

The Transitional Justice Program examines the challenges of countries attempting to regain balance and redress legacies of massive human rights violations. It encompasses issues of legitimacy, criminal prosecutions, truth commissions, reparations, and various kinds of institutional reform necessary to protect vulnerable segments of a society and insure stability. Seminars are presented from a practitioner perspective. Sessions are led by: 

Charlie Clements Luka Kuol

Charlie Clements

Carr Center Executive Director

Luka Biong Deng Kuol

Carr Center Fellow

Fall 2013 Schedule

~ September 2013 ~
Thursday,
Sep. 12
4:30 PM
"Preventing Genocide and Responsibility to Protect: The Case of Sudan" with Omer Ismail

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Thursday,
Sep. 26
4:30 PM
"Dealing with Trauma in the Transitions" with Belkys Lopez and Birtukan Deme

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~ October 2013 ~
Tuesday,
Oct. 8
4:30 PM
"Rwanda Genocide: A Reminder" with Francis Gatare.

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Tuesday,
Oct. 22
4:30 PM
"The Informal Legal Systems and Transitional Justice" with David Deng.

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~ November 2013 ~
Tuesday,
Nov. 5
4:30 PM
"Documenting Genocide: The Case of Darfur" with Dr. Mohamed Eisa.

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Tuesday,
Nov. 19
4:30 PM
"The Challenges of Human Rights and Transitional Justice in South Sudan" with Jehanne Henry and Biel Boutros.

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~ December 2013 ~
Tuesday,
Dec. 3
4:30 PM
"Rethinking Transitional Justice: Policy Panel" with Luka Kuol, Fonseka Bhavani and Charlie Clements

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