Events

Past Event

The Pursuit of International Criminal Justice: The Case of Darfur

February 5, 2009

New Haven, CT
Yale Law School

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Yale Law School hosts a conference to identify strategies for curbing the ongoing violence in Darfur and to consider the role the International Criminal Court should play in those strategies. It is the third in a series of four regional conferences on international justice supported by the MacArthur Foundation.

More information can be found at the Yale Law School website.

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