Past Event

Consultative Conference on International Criminal Justice

September 8, 2009 - September 11, 2009

New York, NY
United Nations

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Organized by the Hauser Center at Harvard, the Coalition for the International Criminal Court and the International Center for Transitional Justice, this meeting's objective is to increase communication and, where feasible, coordination, among elements of the "system," including states, NGOs, UN and humanitarian agencies, law enforcement bureaus, national legal officials, and organs of the International Criminal Court.

The conference will follow a model established by the ICC Office of the Prosecutor in which the Prosecutor presented his three-year strategic plans in 2003 and 2006 for comment and dialogue among interested parties. The New York Consultation will continue this tradition but will expand the discussion beyond the Office of the Prosecutor to include presentations and strategic planning by other actors and institutions seen as critical to the realization of international justice.

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