Strengthening the International Criminal and Humanitarian Law of the Ibero-American Perspectives on Justice Network and the Latin American Network of International Law Journals and Publications

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

The present project aims to give greater visibility and strengthen the relationship in the field of International Criminal and Humanitarian Law between the Latin American Network of International Law Journals and Publications (RELAREDI) and the Ibero-American Perspectives on Justice Network, two research networks that emerged in 2015 and are coordinated by different members of the international law research group at the Universidad del Rosario, which are having a very significant impact on the academic production of the aforementioned research group.

In this context, it is sought to articulate throughout 2019 the cooperation between both networks in the field of International Criminal and Humanitarian Law, which will undoubtedly favor research activities in this area both at the level of the Universidad del Rosario, as well as in Ibero-America. For this purpose, the II Congress of International Law of the Universidad del Rosario will be held during the first semester of 2019, with particular attention to the 20th anniversary of the adoption of the Statute of the International Criminal Court (April 19 and 20). Likewise, during the second semester of 2019, a conference on the 70th Anniversary of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide will be organized (November 14, 2019), within the framework of which the publication resulting from the research work on "The Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia with respect to the Application of the Crime of Genocide on the 70th Anniversary of its Convention" will be presented.

Keywords

Conference. International Criminal Court. Convention on the Prevention and Suppression of the Crime of Genocide. International Criminal Law. International Humanitarian Law. Ibero-American Perspectives on Justice Network. Latin American Network of International Law Journals.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date2/22/194/10/20

Main Funding Source

  • Internal

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