This program, which comprises two dinner events and a half-day symposium, will explore the issues,
challenges and opportunities arising from the Review Conference of the International Criminal Court
(ICC) held in Kampala, Uganda, in June 2010. In particular, the event will gather experts from law,
politics,  international  relations,  area  studies  and  other  disciplines  to  examine  ongoing  debates
regarding the crime of aggression, as well as the politics of international justice, the ICC’s relations
with  domestic  governments,  judiciaries  and  populations,  and  the  future  of  the  Court.  The
symposium will mark the official launch of The Global Institute for the Prevention of Aggression. 
 
12 May 2011, 7:00pm:  Drinks Reception and Opening Address by Hon. Judge Sang-Hyun Song
(President of the ICC), followed by dinner. Venue: The Danson Room for
drinks, followed by dinner in the Dining Hall, Trinity College, Oxford,  
 
COST: £45/£25 (student concession)
 
13 May 2011, 1:30-6pm: Half-Day Symposium and Drinks Reception, Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre, 
                                      St. Anne’s College, Oxford
 
Speakers include, among others: Hon. Judge Hans-Peter Kaul (2nd Vice President of the International
Criminal Court); Stefan Barriga (Minister, Deputy Permanent Representative, Permanent Mission of
Liechtenstein to the United Nations); Prof. William Schabas (Nat. University of Ireland); Prof. Darryl
Robinson (Queens University); Dapo Akande (Oxford); Dr. Phil Clark (SOAS and Oxford Transitional
Justice  Research);  and  Benjamin  Ferencz  (Prosecutor,  Einsatzgruppen  case,  Nuremberg  Trials) 
FREE ENTRY, but registration is required.
 
13 May 2011, at 20:00:  Post-conference Dinner in the McKenna Room at Christ Church College,
Oxford, coffee to follow in the Great Hall 
 
COST: £45/£25 (student concession)
 
REGISTRATION:  To register your place, please email beyondkampala2011@gmail.com,
indicating  whether  you  wish  to  attend  only  the  symposium,  or  also  either  of  the  two  dinners.
Payment  for  the  dinners  should  be  made  by  cash  on  the  evening  concerned  (please  bring  exact
change).  Places  at  the  symposium  and  the  dinners  are  extremely  limited,  so  please  ensure  you
register immediately. Your registration will be acknowledged by reply email, with any final details as
to venue and/or dinner information included. 
 
For further details, check the Oxford Transitional Justice Research website
(http://www.csls.ox.ac.uk/otjr.php) or contact Don Ferencz (donferencz@aol.com) or Phil Clark
(philjclark@gmail.com) Please include “Oxford Symposium” in the subject heading.