28.09.2017 09:48

Conference: The Rome Statute of the ICC at its Fifteen: Achievements and Perspectives (October 2, 2017, PF UK Prague)

Date:    Monday, October 2, 2017
Place:  Faculty of Law, Charles University, Nám. Curieových 7, Prague, Czech Republic
Organizer: UNCE, Human Rights Research Centre of the Charles University Faculty of Law&Department of International Law, Charles University Faculty of Law

Invitation:

International Criminal Law Conference_2017_Prague.pdf 

Conference program

Start:  9:30
Invitation and Introduction (Pavel Šturma, Charles University and ILC)

Panel I: A way to the Rome Statute and beyond
Panel Chair: prof. JUDr. Pavel Šturma, DrSc.

  • 1. Ad hoc tribunals (ICTY and ICTR) and their significance for developing the activities of the ICC (Anna Richterová, Czech Supreme Public Prosecutor’s Office and Eurojust)
  • 2. The International Criminal Court as the peak institution of international criminal law – development finished or bounces ahead? (TamásLattmann, Institute of International Relations, Prague)
  • 3. The Rome Statute in the works of the UN International Law Commission (Pavel Šturma, Charles University and ILC)

Panel II:Contribution of the ICC to the definition and interpretation of international crimes
Panel Chair: JUDr. Ivana Hrdličková, Ph.D.

  • 4. The crime of aggression (Claus Kreß, University of Cologne)
  • 5. International Criminal Court, war crimes and crimes against humanity (Josef Mrázek, Institute of Law, CAS and West Bohemian University, Plzeň)
  • 6. The contribution of the ICC to the prosecution of sexual and gender-based crimes (KateřinaUhlířová, Masaryk University, Brno)
  • 7. Mental element (mens rea) of the crime of aggression and related issues (Milan Lipovský, Charles University)


Lunch (12:30 - 13:30)

Panel III:Preliminary examination and investigation
Panel Chair: JUDr. Robert Fremr

  • 8.  The ICC Prosecutor’s discretion: Somewhere between law, politics, strategy and pragmatism (Iryna Marchuk and AlokaWanigasuriya, University of Copenhagen)
  • 9.  The International Criminal Court and Syria: absence of jurisdiction and the pressing need for international criminal justice (Jan Lhotský)
  • 10.  The principle of complementarity in practice of the ICC (KristýnaUrbanová, Charles University)
  • 11.  Al-Bashir and related issues (OndřejSvaček, Palacký University, Olomouc)

Panel IV:Trials
Panel Chair: Prof.Dr.Dr.h.c. Claus Kreß LL.M.

  • 12.  The strengths and weaknesses of the ICC in the mirror of the Ruto and Sang case (Robert Fremr, Judge, ICC)
  • 13.  All roads lead to Rome – The ICC’s hybrid system and pluriprocedural trials (Simon De Smet, ICC)
  • 14.  Experience from the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (Ivana Hrdličková, President, STL)

Conclusions

Refreshment 17:30
 

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Zpět


Kontakt



UNIVERZITA KARLOVA
Právnická fakulta,
Výzkumné centrum
pro lidská práva
nám. Curieových 7
116 40 Praha 1

Prof. JUDr. Pavel Šturma, DrSc.
koordinátor Centra


Tel.: +420 221 005 439


Novinky

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Vyšel nový e-Bulletin UNCE 
(č. 2/2018):

 


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