The Canadian Centre for International Justice is hosting a conference next month focusing on international criminal law in Ottawa and Toronto, with further locations at a future date.
The website describes the program:
Over two days, participants will receive a comprehensive overview of legal processes through which individuals can be held criminally and civilly accountable in Canada and abroad for war crimes, genocide, crimes against humanity and torture. Lawyers, journalists, students, civil servants, NGO representatives and other professionals with an interest in international justice, human rights, international law, criminal law or torts are encouraged to attend.
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