Transitional Justice and the Arab Spring – A ‘Webinar’

Dear readers,

For anyone interested, please tune in to a ‘webinar’ on Transitional Justice and the Arab Spring from 11:30 – 13:00 EST (16:30-18:00 GMT) tomorrow, Monday, October 15. There is a great list of participants and it promises to be an interesting examination of questions regarding the use of transitional justice mechanisms in Arab Spring states. Much of the discussion will center around questions that Kirsten Fisher raised in her two-part post, Distinctly Arab? Questions about Transitional Justice and the Arab Spring (see here and here). I will be presenting findings from my paper, Justice after the War: The ICC and Post-Gaddafi Libya and comment on some new developments, focussing on the admissibility hearings at the ICC last week.

If you’re keen, check out the poster below for more details!

Mark

Transitional justice Arab Spring

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About Mark Kersten

Mark is a PhD student in International Relations at the London School of Economics. His work focuses on the nexus of international criminal justice and conflict resolution. Specifically, he is examining the effects of the ICC on peace processes and negotiations in northern Uganda and Libya.
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3 Responses to Transitional Justice and the Arab Spring – A ‘Webinar’

  1. In addition to the speakers on the poster, Habib Nassar will also be joining us. Habib is the former Director of the MENA program at the Int’l Centre for Transitional Justice and currently the Middle East and North Africa Director at the Public Interest Law Network.

  2. http://www.sudandailypress.net/ The story of the former bodygaurd of the libyan leader Mohammed AlMaqrif who sold the man to the Gaddafi intelligence Back to spy on  the Sudan in Canada and USA

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