Upcoming Activities

Brazil FlagBrazil’s Balancing Act: Reconciling the Demands of Economic Development, Environmental Protection, and Indigenous Rights

March 5, 2013 – 2 to 5 pm

International Lounge, Usdan Student Center, Brandeis University

For more information, contact Leigh Swigart (Swigart@brandeis.edu)

UN PeaceThe Rule of Law Comes Home: Can the UN Live Up to its Own High Standards?

March 11, 2013 – 5 to 6:30 pm

Mandel Center for the Humanities Reading Room 303

For more information, contact Leigh Swigart (Swigart@brandeis.edu)


Other Activities and Events

The Center often organizes conferences, lectures, and projects that touch on matters of human rights and social justice, or reflect on developments in the world of international justice and related fields. These activities take place both on and off the Brandeis campus.

Prince Zeid

Beyond Nuremberg: The Future of International Criminal Justice (1/30/13)









Just Performance"Just Performance: Enacting Justice in the Wake of Violence" symposium (12/2/11 - 12/2/11)





JallowInternational Criminal Justice: Developments and Reflections on the Future – Hassan Bubacar Jallow, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (11/30/09)







Gaza Report EventThe Challenge of the UN Gaza Report: Justice Richard Goldstone and former Israeli ambassador Dore Gold discuss the report at Brandeis forum (11/5/09)







LegacyThe Legacy of International Criminal Courts and Tribunals in Africa (12/14/07)
Summary
Conference Report (February 2010)





ALMA



Know Your Rights!
 
Summary
 
Project website

Prisoner of ConscienceTelling the Story (9/15/05 - 9/16/05)
Summary 
Program 

Conference Report 






ICTR

International Prosecutors Colloquium (11/24/04 - 11/27/04) 
Summary
Colloquium Report: The Challenges of International Criminal Justice






Justice Across CulturesJustice Across Cultures
 (3/8/04)
Summary and selected papers
 
Program
Participant Bios









Kosovo MapIntervention and Prevention: The Lessons of Kosovo
 (12/12/00)
Summary
 
Participant Bios