GAAMAC Events

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Organized By : Liberation War Museum

The Liberation War Museum (LWM) is organising the 6th International Conference on Bangladesh Genocide and Justice from 14 to 16 November 2019 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The aims of this year's conference are to garner and discuss theoretical and empirical insights into challenges to international justice institutions in dealing with international crimes including genocide, as well as to propose different avenues for strengthening transitional justice mechanisms.

The deadline to submit conference abstracts for both the conference and the poster presentation is 30 September. Conference registration closes on 20 October.

For more information, visit the LWM website. For any queries and to submit abstracts, contact csgj.bangladesh@gmail.com


Dhaka, Bangladesh

Organized By : Liberation War Museum

19-21 May 2017

Liberation War Museum (LWM) is going to organize the 5th International Conference on Bangladesh Genocide and Justice in May 2017. In this regard, LWM invites scholarly articles from the academicians, researchers, jurists, rights activists, artists and persons associated with the cause of justice for international crimes. We opt to have a parallel event for the poster presentations to encourage the young student and researchers The aim of the conference is to provide both empirical and theoretical insights into the changing nature of international criminal law and international humanitarian law worldwide and to further the efforts for both practitioners and academics the challenges to develop the existing criminal justice system and remedies in the post conflict scenario. The main emphasis for acceptance at this event is based on participants presenting papers which apply to the main themes of the conference.

The birth of Bangladesh, an independent state of the Bengali nation resulted from the nine month long war of liberation in 1971. The brutality of annihilation 3 million people, displacement of 10 million citizens and wide-spread torture, rape and destruction resulted in the genocide of Bangladesh which has become a part of world history, a fact of common knowledge.

This conference aims to link the national justice process with the international community. Please check the conference website for further information, http://www.liberationwarmuseumbd.org.


Dhaka, Bangladesh

Organized By : Liberation War Museum

Liberation War Museum (LWM) is going to organize the 5th International Conference on Bangladesh Genocide and Justice in May 2017. In this regard, LWM invites scholarly articles from the academicians, researchers, jurists, rights activists, artists and persons associated with the cause of justice for international crimes. We opt to have a parallel event for the poster presentations to encourage the young student and researchers The aim of the conference is to provide both empirical and theoretical insights into the changing nature of international criminal law and international humanitarian law worldwide and to further the efforts for both practitioners and academics the challenges to develop the existing criminal justice system and remedies in the post conflict scenario. The main emphasis for acceptance at this event is based on participants presenting papers which apply to the main themes of the conference.

Please check the conference website for further information, http://www.liberationwarmuseumbd.org.

Deadline: Authors are requested to submit their abstracts in electronic form (in word format) as an email attachment to csgj.bangladesh@gmail.com by no later than 15 March, 2017. The subject of the e-mail should be as follows: Name of the author, title of the manuscript.


Dhaka, Bangladesh

Organized By : Liberation War Museum

The end of impunity and beginning of trial process in Bangladesh has important national and global significance. The conference aims to link the national process of justice with international experience and also contextualize Bangladesh genocide and justice process before the international community. The justice process for the international crimes also raises many pertinent questions regarding the significance of transitional justice, dealing with the issue of sexual violence, process of memoralization, dealing with the past and prevention of genocide. It is expected that the conference will throw light on these pertinent issues.


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