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101 Creative Commons Challenges of peace talks and mediation - Does it address the question of justice?' Betty Bigombe, Ugandan MP, State Minister for Water Resources, and Ugandan Peace Negotiator gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series on 7th February. Part of the Oak series on Amnesty. Betty Bigombe 21 Feb 2012
102 Creative Commons Victim Participation in International Criminal Proceedings: Are Retributive and Restorative Principles Enhancing the Prospect for Justice? Rudina Jasini, DPhil Candidate in Law, University of Oxford; Legal Officer at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) gives a talk for the OTJR Hilary term seminar series on 31st January. Rudina Jasini 21 Feb 2012
103 Creative Commons The Legitimation of Criminal Justice in Post-Genocide Rwanda: international, national and localised courts Dr Nikki Palmer (Oxford) gives a talk for the African Studies Centre seminar series on 8th February. Nikki Palmer 21 Feb 2012
104 Creative Commons Book Launch:From Peace to Shared Political Identities - Exploring pathways in contemporary Bosnia-Herzegovina Book launch of Francis Cheneval and Sylvie Ramel's book on Bosnia-Herzegovina with Prof. Richard Caplan, Dr. Alex Jeffrey, Cecile Jouhanneau, Eleanor Pritchard, Eldar Sarajlic, Dr. Nenad Stojanovic. Francis Cheneval, Sylvie Ramel, Richard Caplan, Alex Jeffrey 17 Jan 2012
105 Uruguay: Struggles against Impunity and Barriers to Justice for Crimes under International Law Co-Hosted with Amnesty International, Dr. Francesca Lessa, Research Assistant, Latin American Centre, University of Oxford gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series. Francesca Lessa, Christopher Hall 02 Dec 2011
106 Creative Commons Immigration and welfare chauvinism: Britain since 1800 Professor David Feldman, historian, describes the "welfare chauvinism" existing in Britain since the 18th century. David Feldman 01 Dec 2011
107 Creative Commons Identification and mobility Control: Police sciences, technology, and international cooperation in West Europe, 1900-1930 Dr. Ilsen About takes us through the fascinating development of technology used by police in the early 1900's to allow for the identification of criminals internationally, known as 'distant identification'. Ilsen About 01 Dec 2011
108 Creative Commons George Eliot 2. Genre and Justice The second lecture in the series on George Eliot considers how narrative justice operates in relation to the genres of comedy and tragedy, particularly in 'Adam Bede' and 'Daniel Deronda'. Catherine Brown 15 Nov 2011
109 Creative Commons No rights for the wicked; human rights and foreign national prisoners Retired immigration lawyer Fran Webber goes through case law pre and post the entry into force of the Human Rights Act. Frances Webber 02 Nov 2011
110 Creative Commons Strategy for Action: Using Force Wisely in the 21st Century Commodore Steve Jermy (Royal Navy) gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. Steve Jermy 26 Oct 2011
111 Creative Commons The Politics of International Criminal Law Courtenay Griffiths, Queen's Counsel (Joint-head of Garden Court Chambers), Defence Lawyer for Charles Taylor, gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series. Courtenay Griffiths 25 Oct 2011
112 Justice Between Generations Mark Philp, Simon Caney and Adam Swift discuss the issue of intergenerational justice and ask questions like how do we allocate resources intergenerationally accross areas like welfare, pensions, higher education and environmental costs? Mark Philp, Simon Caney, Adam Swift 12 Oct 2011
113 The Memory of State Terrorism in the Southern Cone: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. Book Launch Book launch event to promote the release of The Memory of State Terrorism in the Southern Cone: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay by Francesca Lessa and Vincent Druliolle (editors). Chaired by Dr Diego Sanchez Ancochea. Diego Sanchez Ancochea, Leigh Payne, Alejandra Serpente, Francesca Lessa 05 Jul 2011
114 Nunca Más: The Politics of Transitional Justice in Argentina and Uruguay, 1983-2010 Dr. Francesca Lessa, Research Assistant, Latin American Centre, University of Oxford gives a seminar for the OTJR seminar series on 17th May 2011. Francesca Lessa 29 Jun 2011
115 Creative Commons Aftermaths: South Africa after Transitional Justice Prof. Paul Gready, Director of the Centre for Applied Human Rights, University of York, gives a talk for the OTJR seminar Series on South Africa and Transitional Justice. Introduced by Phil Clark. Paul Gready 28 Jun 2011
116 Creative Commons The Role of Physical Evidence from Cambodiaʹs Killing Fields in the Quest for Justice Dr. Melanie Klinkner, Lecturer in Law, Bournemouth University gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar series on 7th June 2011. Melanie Klinker 21 Jun 2011
117 Creative Commons Complementary Knowledges: the Therapeutic and Legal Governance of Memory at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia Peter Manning, PhD candidate in Sociology, London School of Economics and Political Science, gives a talk for the Oxford Transitional Justice Research seminar series. Peter Manning 21 Jun 2011
118 Creative Commons Beyond Kampala: Taking Stock of the ICC: Current Issues and Future Prospects Third and final panel session of the Beyond Kampala conference. Darryl Robinson, Phil Clark, Donald Ferencz 20 Jun 2011
119 Creative Commons Beyond Kampala: The State of State Practice on Aggression Second Panel session of the Beyond Kampala conference. Astrid Reisinger Coracini, Robbie Manson, Bill Wilson, Deborah Ruiz Verduzco 20 Jun 2011
120 Creative Commons Beyond Kampala: What Happened in Kampala? First Panel session of the Beyond Kampala: The ICC, the Crime of Aggression, and the Future of the Court, held in St Anne's college on 13th May 2011. William Schabas, Noah Weisbord, Stefan Barriga, Jackson Maogoto 20 Jun 2011
121 Creative Commons Beyond Kampala: The ICC, the Crime of Aggression, and the Future of the Court - Keynote talk Keynote by Vice President Hans-Peter Kaul, Judge of the ICC, introduced by Benjamin Ferencz, Chief Prosecutor at the Einsatzgruppen case at the Nuremberg Trials. Part of the Beyond Kampala conference held in St Anne's College on 13th May 2011. Hans-Peter Kaul 20 Jun 2011
122 Reasoning and Disagreement Nobel Prize winner Amaryta Sen delivers theh 2011 Isaiah Berlin Lecture on Reasoning and Disagreement. Amartya Sen 08 Jun 2011
123 Creative Commons Legacies of Conflict: Healing Complexes and Moving Forwards in Afghanistan Emily Winterbotham, Researcher in Transitional Justice, Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit, Kabul, gives a talk for the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar series on 31st May 2011. Emily Winterbotham 06 Jun 2011
124 Creative Commons Reparation and Reconciliation in Post-Conflict Bosnia and Serbia: What Role for Socio-Legal Studies? Stephen Parmentier, Professor of Criminology Leuven Institute of Criminology, K.U.Leuven, gives a talk for the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar series on 26th May 2011. Stephen Parmentier 31 May 2011
125 The Role of Courts in a Democracy: Debate A panel of leading academics, judges, and policymakers debate the growing trend towards the judicialization of politics, in which judges are increasingly implicated in settling policy disputes, especially in the context of constitutional rights. Charles Clarke, Lord Justice Jacob, Richard Bellamy, Philip Sales 18 Apr 2011
126 Local Justice for genocide? Debating Accountability, Power and Reconciliation in Rwanda Panel Discussion Dr. Phil Clark recently published 'The Gacaca Courts, Post-Genocide Justice and Reconciliation in Rwanda: Justice without Lawyers'. Phil Clark, Nicola Palmer, Harry Verhoeven, Astrid Jamar 10 Mar 2011
127 Climate change investment - what is it worth for future generations? The worthiness of a social investment project is a balance between the cost of the project, and the value of the benefits to society/ how long those benefits may apply. Ben Groom 10 Mar 2011
128 Creative Commons Provisional acquisition as 'true acquisition', Kant's argument against colonialism Fourth presentation from the Kant and Colonialism conference held in University of Oxford in October 2010. Alice Walla 22 Feb 2011
129 Creative Commons Colonialism in Kant's Political Philosophy Third presentation from the Kant and Colonialism conference held in University of Oxford in October 2010. Howard Williams 22 Feb 2011
130 Creative Commons Kant's Conceptions of Colonialism, Free Trade, and Cosmopolitical Providence Kant's Conceptions of Colonialism, Free Trade, and Cosmopolitical Providence from a Point of View of a History of Ideas: their Origins in Libanius, Francisco de Vitoria and Hugo Grotius: Part of the Kant and Colonialism Conference held in October 2010. Johannes Thumfart 22 Feb 2011
131 World citizenship and global connections in Enlightenment political thought First presentation from the Kant and Colonialism conference held in University of Oxford in October 2010. Sankar Muthu 22 Feb 2011
132 Impunity versus Accountability in Uruguay: The Role of 'la Ley de Caducidad' Presentation 6 of plenary 3 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Elin Skaar 21 Feb 2011
133 Creeks of Justice: Debating Post-Atrocity Accountability in Rwanda and Uganda Presentation 3 of plenary 3 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Phil Clark 21 Feb 2011
134 Cross-National Perspectives on Amnesties Presentation 1 of plenary 3 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Louise Mallinder 21 Feb 2011
135 Amnesty, Consequentialism, and Deferred Judgments Presentation 5 of plenary 2 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Leslie Vinjamuri 21 Feb 2011
136 Impunity in Latin America: National Courts and Continuing Challenges Presentation 4 of plenary 2 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Naomi Roht Arriaza 21 Feb 2011
137 The Age of Accountability: The Rise of Individual Criminal Accountability Presentation 3 of plenary 2 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Geoff Dancy 21 Feb 2011
138 Amnesty and the Inter-American Human Rights System Presentation 2 of plenary 2 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Par Engstrom 21 Feb 2011
139 The Status of Domestic Amnesties in International Criminal Law Presentation 1 of plenary 2 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Max Pensky 21 Feb 2011
140 Memory and National Reconciliation: The Amnesty Impasse in the Unfinished Brazilian Democratic Transition (in Portuguese) Presentation 4 of plenary 1 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Please note: this presentation is in Portuguese. José Carlos Moreira da Silva Filho 21 Feb 2011
141 Amnesty and Recognition: The Process of Social (Dis)integration of the Brazilian Political Transition (in Portuguese) Presentation 3 of plenary 1 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Please note: This presentation is in Portuguese. Roberta Caminero Baggio 21 Feb 2011
142 Reasons for the Effectiveness of the Amnesty Law in Brazil and Alternatives for Truth and Justice Regarding the Severe Human Rights Violations during the Military Dictatorship (1964-1985) (in Portuguese) Presentation 2 of plenary 1 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Please note, this presentation is in Portuguese. Paulo Abrão 21 Feb 2011
143 Amnesty in Brazil: An Open Debate (in Portuguese) Presentation 1 of plenary 1 of the Amnesty in the Age of Accountability: Brazil in Comparative and International Perspective Conference. Please note, this presentation is in Portuguese. Jessie Jane Vieira de Souza 21 Feb 2011
144 The Consequences of Violent Politics in Zimbabwe: Norton in 2009 Jocelyn alexander gives a talk for the Hilary Term 2011 Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series on the 16th February 2011. Jocelyn Alexander 21 Feb 2011
145 Demographic balance and human capital from an intergenerational perspective Our world is demographically divided - some populations continue to grow rapidly, while others are already on a shrinking trajectory. Wolfgang Lutz 18 Feb 2011
146 Immunities of State Officials, International Crimes and Foreign Domestic Courts Dapo Akande, Lecturer in Public International Law; Co-Director, Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict (ELAC), University of Oxford gives a talk for the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series. Dapo Akande 11 Feb 2011
147 Climate Change and Intergenerational Justice: What are our obligations to future generations? Climate change raises profound questions of intergenerational justice. It is widely recognized that there is a powerful case for mitigation in virtue of obligations we have to future generations. But how much mitigation is required? Simon Caney 11 Feb 2011
148 Creative Commons A legacy of dangers: Climate failure and future generations The principles that ought to guide our one-way relations with future generations depend profoundly on the precise nature of what is being provided to or - in this case, inflicted on - them. Henry Shue 09 Feb 2011
149 Australia: A Continuing Genocide? Director for the Centre for International Human Rights Dr Damien Short gives a talk for the 2011 Hilary term Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series. Damien Short 08 Feb 2011
150 Norms and Peace-Building in Georgia: Territorial Integrity, Sovereignty, Non-Intervention and National Self-Determination Neil MacFarlane, Professor of International Relations, University of Oxford gives the first in the 2011 Hilary Term seminars for the Oxford Transitional Justice Research seminar series. Neil MacFarlane 08 Feb 2011
151 Creative Commons Sustainability: How can each generation live well within limits? Well-being, Time and Sustainability: Epicurus or Aristotle? This seminar addresses two key questions about sustainability. John O'Neill 28 Jan 2011
152 Human Rights Trials in Chile and El Salvador: Post-Transistional Justice Part of the Oxford Transistional Justice Seminar Series. Recorded 30th November 2010. Cath Collins, Alan Angell 24 Jan 2011
153 Creative Commons Is the fiscal crisis forcing a rethink of our intergenerational compact with the elderly? Professor Peter Heller (John Hopkins University) on 'Is the fiscal crisis forcing a rethink of our intergenerational compact with the elderly?'. Peter Heller 21 Jan 2011
154 An Extraordinary Humanitarian Intervention - Why We Fight Conference lecture 2 Part of the Why we Fight Conference held in Nuffield College October 2010. Dr. Gerhard Overland (Oslo/ Melbourne), gives his paper followed by a discussion. Gerhard Øverland 05 Jan 2011
155 Just Cause For War: A Contractarian Analysis - Why We Fight Conference lecture 3 Part of the Why we Fight Conference held in Nuffield College October 2010. Professor Yitzhak Benbaji, Bar-Ilan University, Israel, gives his paper followed by a discussion. Yitzhak Benbaji 05 Jan 2011
156 Global Injustice and Redistributive Wars - Why We Fight Conference lecture 4 Part of the Why we Fight Conference held in Nuffield College October 2010.Professor of Political Science, Aarhus University, Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen, gives his paper followed by a discussion. Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen 05 Jan 2011
157 Cosmopolitanism, Self-Determination and National Self-Defence - Why We Fight Conference Lecture 5 Part of the Why we Fight Conference held in Nuffield College October 2010. Lecturer in Law, Monash University, Patrick Emerton gives his paper followed by a discussion. Patrick Emerton 05 Jan 2011
158 Violence as Victory - Why we Fight Conference Lecture 7 Part of the Why we Fight Conference held in Nuffield College October 2010. Professor of Law and Jurisprudence at UC Berkeley gives his paper followed by a discussion. Christopher Kutz 05 Jan 2011
159 Is War Evil? - Why We fight Conference Lecture 8 Part of the Why we Fight Conference held in Nuffield College October 2010. Professor of Philosophy at Rutgers University Jeff McMahan gives his paper followed by a discussion. Jeff McMahan 05 Jan 2011
160 The Special Court for Sierra Leone: An Instrument of External Hegemony? Chris Mahony, DPhil Candidate in Politics, Oxford University gives a talk for the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series. Chris Mahony 13 Dec 2010
161 Crimes Against Humanity: Human rights and Justice in Argentina Judge Sergio Gabriel Torres, Federal Judge in Criminal and Correctional Matters in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Academic Vice President for Argentina at the Ibero-American Criminal Law Institute gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series. Sergio Torres 16 Nov 2010
162 Creative Commons Access to a Court and the Security Council: Implications for Normative Hierarchy Dr Antonios Tzanakopoulos (University of Glasgow) gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict seminar series. Delivered on the 9th November 2010. Antonios Tzanakopoulos 15 Nov 2010
163 Creative Commons The Wager Lost By Winning: on the 'Triumph' of the Just War Tradition Lecture delivered on the 19th of October 2010, part of the ELAC/CCW Seminar Series on War and Armed Conflict. Delivered by Professor Nicholas Rengger (St Andrews). Introduced by Jennifer Welsh. Nicholas Rengger 09 Nov 2010
164 A People That Perseveres Psychological Analysis of Collective Amnesia in Lebanon and its Implications for Transistional Justice. Diane Batchelor 02 Nov 2010
165 Creative Commons Human rights and the Elusive Universal Subject: Detention of Asylum Seekers and Irregular Entrants under IHRL and EU Law Cathryn Costello, Fellow and Tutor in EU and Public Law gives a talk for the Workshop on the Theory and Practice of Immigration Detention. Cathryn Costello 12 Jul 2010
166 Creative Commons Rules of engagement: Governmentality, 'technologies of citizenship' and everyday protest in asylum detention facilities Nicholas Gill, Environment Centre, University of Lancaster gives a talk for the fourth session of the workshop; Citizenship and Government Technologies. Nicholas Gill 22 Jun 2010
167 Creative Commons How do former immigration detainees integrate into local communities post-release? Axel Klein, Centre for Health Services Studies, Kent and Lucy Williams, Social Policy, Sociology, and Social Research, Kent give a talk for the third session of the workshop; Conditions of Immigration Detention. Axel Kein, Lucy Williams 22 Jun 2010
168 Creative Commons The Criminalisation of Asylum Seekers in a British Immigration Detention Centre Melanie Griffiths (Oxford) gives a talk entitled; 'I'm not a criminal but I've been here 11 months' - The Criminalisation of Asylum Seekers in a British Immigration Detention Centre for the third session of the Workshop. Melanie Griffiths 22 Jun 2010
169 Managing Transition: the National Peace Accord, South Africa, 1991-94 Delivered by Rev. Dr. Liz Carmichael MBE, Chaplain and Tutor in Theology, St John's College, University of Oxford; and Facilitator and Trainer under the National Peace Accord. Part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series, Trinity 2010. Liz Carmichael 21 Jun 2010
170 The Legacy of Nuremberg Delivered by Benjamin Ferencz, Chief Prosecutor of the Einsatzgruppen Case at the Nuremberg Trials, 1947-8. Part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series, Trinity 2010. Benjamin Ferencz 21 Jun 2010
171 A Truth Commission Goes Abroad: Liberian Transitional Justice in New York Delivered by Dr. Jonny Steinberg, Author and Journalist; Visiting Fellow, African Studies Centre, University of Oxford. Part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series, Trinity 2010. Jonny Steinberg 21 Jun 2010
172 Uganda Roundtable: Researching the movements of and Ugandan military campaign against the Lord's Resistance Army in eastern Congo, southern Sudan and Central African Republic. A round table discussion led by Professor Ron Atkinson, Director of African Studies, University of South Carolina. Part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series, Trinity 2010. Ron Atkinson 21 Jun 2010
173 Rwanda: "Justice for Whom?" and "Peddling Justice" 2 lectures. Justice for Whom? Assessing Local Responses to Transitional Justice in Rwanda, Cambodia and Sierra Leone and Peddling Influence: A Rwandan Response to the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda. Wendy Lambourne, Allison Turner 18 Jun 2010
174 Transitional Justice and Development Delivered by Juan Mendez, President Emeritus, International Center for Transitional Justice, and former UN Secretary-General's Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide. Part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminar Series, Trinity 2010. Juan Mendez 18 Jun 2010
175 War Crimes Trials, Solemnity and the Problem of Evil Prof Gerry Simpson (LSE / University of Melbourne) gives a talk for the Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict Seminar Series on the 2nd of March 2010 with Dapo Akande. Gerry Simpson, Dapo Akande 14 Jun 2010
176 Scandinavian Exceptionalism: Five Dangers Ahead Nils Christie of the Institute of Criminology at the University of Oslo presented the 5th Roger Hood Annual Public Lecture entitled, 'Scandinavian Exceptionalism: Five Dangers Ahead'. Nils Christie 27 May 2010
177 Socio-Economic Rights in the South African Constitutional Court: Is the Honeymoon Over? Sandra Fredman gives a talk for the Oxford Transitional Justice Research 2010 seminar series followed by Sabine Michalowski giving her talk entitled 'Bringing Socio-Economic Factors into the Transitional Justice Debate'. Sandra Fredman, Sabine Michalowski 11 Mar 2010
178 West Papua symposium - Closing Plenary Phil Clark chairs the final plenary discussion from the Oxford symposium on Justice and self-determination in West Papua. Phil Clark, Muridan Widjojo, Jos Marey, Charles Foster 08 Mar 2010
179 West Papua symposium - opening plenary - Papuan History in Perspective First discussion session from the Oxford Symposium on Justice and self-determination in West Papua. Chaired by Anne Booth. Anne Booth, Pieter Drooglever, Albert Kersten 08 Mar 2010
180 West Papua symposium - opening remarks Opening remarks from the Convenor of Oxford Transitional Justice Research, Phil Clark, at the Oxford symposium on Justice and Self Determination in West Papua. Phil Clark 08 Mar 2010
181 Defending the Damned: The Role of Defence Counsel in International Criminal Cases Seminar given on 22nd February 2010 by Peter Robinson, Legal Advisor for former Bosnian Serb President, Radovan Karadzic, ICTY and Lead Counsel for former President of the Rwandan National Assembly, Joseph Nzirorera, ICTR. Peter Robinson 24 Feb 2010
182 Economics: Poised to Change? First panel discussion on 'Economics and the Idea of Justice'. Discussing questions such as Do we need a new economic framework? And should economics change fundamentally in light of the financial crisis? Ngaire Woods, Sabina Alkire, Avner Offer, Angus Richie 03 Dec 2009
183 Weaknesses of the Current System Second panel discussion on 'Economics and the Idea of Justice'. Discussing questions such as do we need a new economic framework? And should economics change fundamentally in light of the financial crisis? Ngaire Woods, John Broome, Stefan Dercon, James Purnell 03 Dec 2009
184 The Political Economy of Change Third and final panel discussion on 'Economics and The Idea of Justice'. Discussing questions such as do we need a new economic framework?And should economics change fundamentally in light of the financial crisis? Frances Cairncross, Alison Evans, Peter Lilley, Marcel Fafchamps 03 Dec 2009
185 FLJS part 6: Laws in times of peace and war Aharon Barak answers a question from Guardian Legal Affairs correspondent Afua Hirsch on the difference between protecting human rights and concerns of governments in power in war. Part 6 of the 2009 Foundation for Law Justice and Society Annual Lecture. Aharon Barak, Afua Hirsch 24 Jul 2009
186 FLJS part 5: Closing Remarks: Cases of Family Reunification and use of torture Aharon Barak talks about the implications for human rights law of Israel barring family reunification between Palestinian and Israeli citizens. Part 5 of the 2009 Foundation for Law Justice and Society Annual Lecture. Aharon Barak 24 Jul 2009
187 FLJS part 4: The Relationship between Political and Judicial Branches Aharon Barak discusses how the political and judicial branches of government balance their sometimes conflicting interests with the rights of the citizens. Part 4 of the 2009 Foundation for Law Justice and Society Annual Lecture. Aharon Barak 24 Jul 2009
188 FLJS part 3: Criticisms and Answers: Proportionality vs. Strict Scrutiny Aharon Barak talks about the need for proportionality within human rights law as a means for protecting it against other considerations. Part 3 of the 2009 Foundation for Law Justice and Society Annual Lecture. Aharon Barak 24 Jul 2009
189 FLJS part 2: Freedom of Speech Aharon Barak discusses the idea of Freedom of Speech and asks whether it is right to limit this freedom to protect against hate speech. Part 2 of the 2009 Foundation for Law Justice and Society Annual Lecture. Aharon Barak 24 Jul 2009
190 FLJS part 1: Human Rights Aharon Barak talks about human rights and the limitations imposed on them that are necessary for society to preserve itself. Part 1 of the 2009 Foundation for Law Justice and Society Annual Lecture. Aharon Barak 24 Jul 2009
191 2009 Annual Lecture: Human rights and their limitations: the role of proportionality The former President of the Israeli Supreme Court Aharon Barak addresses the appropriate balance between security and the safeguarding of human rights. Aharon Barak 24 Jul 2009
192 Human Rights and their Limitations: The Role of Proportionality The former President of the Israeli Supreme Court Aharon Barak addresses the appropriate balance between security and the safeguarding of human rights. Aharon Barak 05 Jun 2009
193 Justice after Atrocity: A Cosmopolitan Pluralist Approach Why do ordinary people perpetrate genocide and crimes against humanity? How can these perpetrators be held accountable? Are international prosecutions effective? Is imprisonment a fitting punishment? Mark Drumbl 29 Jan 2009