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Nuremberg Forum 2022 - 13, 14 and 15 October 2022

Programme

 

3:00–3:30pm

Welcoming Remarks

Dr Christophe Eick, Federal Foreign Office of Germany

To be confirmed

Representative, City of Nuremberg, To be confirmed

Dr Navi Pillay, President, Advisory Council of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy; former High Commissioner, United Nations High Commission for Human Rights; former Judge, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and International Criminal Court


3:30–5:30 pm

Keynote Addresses

Keynote Speakers:

H. E. Christian Wenaweser, Ambassador, Permanent Mission of the Principality of Liechtenstein to the United Nations: “How did the ICC Clarify Structurally the Various Roles and Responsibilities within the Rule of Law/ International Legal Order Aspirations?”

Luis Moreno-Ocampo, former Prosecutor, International Criminal Court: “Has the Ultimate Goal of the ICC Been Clarified Over the Years in Relation to Other Actors in International Criminal Justice?”

Fatou Bensouda, High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, The Gambia; former Prosecutor, International Criminal Court: “Has the Ultimate Goal of the ICC Been Clarified Over the Years in Relation to Internal Work Processes and the Court’s Function?

Brigid Inder OBE, Former Executive Director, Women's Initiatives for Gender Justice

10:00–12:00 pm

Panel 1: ICC’s Major Achievements 

Chair: 

William Pace, former Director, Coalition for the International Criminal Court

Speakers:

Judge Silvia Fernández de Gurmendi, President of the ASP, former Judge and President, International Criminal Court

Judge Sang-Hyun Song, former Judge and President, International Criminal Court

To be confirmed

Judge Chile Eboe-Osuji, former Judge and President, International Criminal Court

12:00–1:00 pm
Lunch

1:00–3:00 pm

Panel 2: Goal Setting: How Deterrent is the ICC in Reality

Chair:

Judge Richard Goldstone, former Judge, Constitutional Court of South Africa
(remote participation)

Speakers:

Judge Kuniko Ozaki, former Vice-President and Judge, International Criminal Court

To be confirmed

Prof. Beth A. Simmons, Andrew Mitchell University Professor, University of Pennsylvania

3:00–3:30 pm
Coffee Break

3:30–5:30 pm

Panel 3:  Universal Aspirations versus Tangible Results  

Chair:

Prof. Diane Orentlicher, Professor of International Law, American University’s Washington College of Law

Speakers:

Dr Serge Brammertz, Prosecutor, United Nations International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals

Tamara Taraciuk Broner, Acting Deputy Director for the Americas, Human Rights Watch

Dr Navi Pillay, President, Advisory Council of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy; former High Commissioner, United Nations High Commission for Human Rights; former Judge, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and International Criminal Court
10.00–12.00 pm

Panel 4:  Justice is Interconnected and does not end with a Sentencing 

Chair:

Betty Kaari Murungi, Professor of Practice, SOAS University of London

Speakers:      

Chief Charles Achaleke Taku, Lead Defence Counsel, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Special Tribunal for Sierra Leone and the International Criminal Court

Dr Brenda Hollis, International Co-Prosecutor, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

Dr Phuong N. Pham, Assistant Professor, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative

12.00–1.00 pm
Lunch

1.00–3.00 pm

Panel 5:  Whose Outreach and to Whom?

Chair:

Dr Sarah Finnin, former Safeguarding Specialist, Oxfam Novib

Speakers:

Sonia Robla, Chief of Public Information and Outreach Section, International Criminal Court

Ibrahim Sorie Yillah, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, ICC Trust Fund for Victims

Judge Raul Pangalangan, former Judge, International Criminal Court


3:00–3:30pm
Coffee Break

3.30–5:30 pm

Panel 6:  The ICC in the Next Five, Ten and 15 years

Chair:

Prof. Claus Kreß, Director of the Institute of International Peace and Security Law, Universität zu Köln

Speakers:

Prof. Paola Gaeta, Professor of International Law, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (remote participation)

Prof. Carsten Stahn, Professor, Leiden University

Prof. Leila Sadat, James Carr Professor of International Criminal Law, Washington University School of Law

5:30–6:00 pm

Closing Remarks

Klaus Rackwitz, Director, International Nuremberg Principles Academy