Victim Participation in Proceedings of the International Criminal Court – Observations from a Counsel’s Perspective

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JensDieckmann

Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR), an inter-disciplinary network founded in 2007 and comprised of academics and students focusing on issues arising in relation to the transition in societies recovering from conflict, will host a seminar addressing victims participation at the ICC.

OTJR has invited Jens Dieckmann to provide an in-depth insight into the following topics:

  • What is the current concept of victim participation at the ICC?
  • What is the reality of victim participation at the ICC? – A Case Study: The situation of the victims participating in the ICC Banda Case.
  • What are the key challenges Legal Representatives are facing with the concept of victim participation at the ICC?

Jens Dieckmann, a German Lawyer and Associate 9 Bedford Row International Member, has extensive experience representing victims and is currently acting as the Common Legal Representative, Associate Counsel, of all Victims participating in the Banda case (Darfur).

For further information on the seminar click here:

http://otjr.crim.ox.ac.uk/index.php/events/seminar/471-victim-participation-in-proceedings-of-the-international-criminal-court-observations-from-a-counsel-s-perspective.html

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