Organized By : Global Justice Center

This webinar co-organised by the Global Justice Center, the Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect and Human Rights Watch will analyse the current situation in Myanmar since the International Court of Justice (ICJ) issued provisional measures to take actions to protect the Rohingya from genocide. It will explore concrete ways the authorities could effectively comply with the ICJ’s order.

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McGill University Faculty of Law, Montreal

Organized By : Global Justice Center

Given the rapidly developing situation around the Covid-19 virus, and especially in light of the WHO's declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic yesterday, this event is postponed until further notice. 

Despite a greater emphasis on sexual violence and gender-specific crimes in recent international justice efforts, genocide continues to be understood as being committed primarily through mass murder. Discussions around surfacing gender furthermore retain a limited focus on women and girls as victims of sexual violence, rather than considering the wider significance of gender to the destruction of groups.

This conference, among leading scholars and practitioners, draws on these recent efforts to reflect on a gendered understanding of the crime of genocide. It focuses in particular on the inextricable role that gender plays in genocide, and the relevance of this understanding in the fulfillment by States of their obligations of prevention and punishment under the Genocide Convention.

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New York, USA

Organized By : Global Justice Center

The Global Justice Center will celebrate the achievement of landmark victories for women around the world with its inaugural awards ceremony. The event will feature a cocktail hour, a seated dinner, an awards program honoring Patricia Viseur Sellers, Special Advisor on Gender to the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court and Visiting Fellow at the University of Oxford, and music.

Tickets can be bought here.

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