The Oxford Global Justice Lecture was recently established by the Oxford Law Faculty, as an annual lecture to be delivered each year by a leading figure in international law. The lecture series is generously supported by the Planethood Foundation.

The 2017 lecture will be delivered by Fatou Bensouda, Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court at 5.00pm on
Thursday 12 Oct 2017 in the Sir Joseph Hotung Auditorium, Hands Building, at Mansfield College

Reflections on Peace & Justice in the 21st Century

A perspective from the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court

How does the pursuit of international criminal justice contribute towards the ends of peace? Should justice be sequenced to cater for peace processes or can a workable harmony be found to advance both these virtues?   This lecture will aim to answer these important questions, more specifically within the Rome Statute legal framework.

 

 

 

 

Previous speakers for this series:

Judge Sir Christopher Greenwood KCMG QC (International Court of Justice): State Immunity and Human Rights, 12 October 2015. A podcast is available for this lecture.

Judge Theodor Meron, President of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia & President of the UN Mechanism for International Tribunals: International Criminal Tribunals and the Rule of Law,  1 December 2014

Patricia O'Brien, Under-Secretary General for Legal Affairs, United Nations: International Criminal Justice: Where Do We Stand Today? The Inaugural Oxford Global Justice Lecture 2013. The full text of MsO'Brien's lecture can be found here.