Next Friday, November 6th, don’t miss the panel “Gender justice: addressing domestic challenges through international law” at the International Law Weekend in New York.
Achieving justice for gender-based human rights violations is a significant challenge in post-conflict regions. The panel will explore different regional approaches to pursuing accountability for gender-based human rights violations through international law. The panelists will focus on legal advocacy and litigation strategies that can be used to promote gender justice at the domestic level.
- Michelle Jarvis, Principal Legal Counsel, Office of the Prosecutor, ICTY
- Linda Bianchi, Public Prosecutor, Public Prosecution Services of Canada, Ottawa; Former Appeals Counsel, Office of the Prosecutor, ICTR
- Pam Spees, Staff Attorney, Center for Constitutional Rights
- Priya Gopalan, Human rights and gender practitioner; former OHCHR Gender Advisor and ICTY Attorney
· Daniela Kravetz, International criminal justice and gender consultant, UN Women.
We look forward to your attendance and contributions to the discussion that will follow the presentations.
Date: Friday, November 6th, 16:45pm
Location: Fordham University School of Law
Address: 150 West 62nd Street, New York