A global platform for developing comprehensive accountability mechanisms for international crimes. #U4J Conference will take place in March, 2023 in Ukraine.

Crimes against international law are committed by men, not by abstract entities, and only by punishing individuals who commit such crimes can provisions of international law be enforced

Judgment of the Nuremberg International Military Tribunal

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Day 1

Panel 1: Web of Accountability for International Crimes
Panel 2: Prosecuting international crimes – lessons and legacies of the international, hybrid and national mechanisms/tribunals

Day 2

Panel 1: Rule of law v. rule of force - prosecuting the crime of aggression
Panel 1: Sub-Panel on Comprehensive Response to Conflict Related Sexual Violence
Panel 1: Sub-Panel on Combatting Conflict Related Sexual ViolencePanel 2: Atrocity Crimes — Deliberate targeting of the critical civilian infrastructure as a means of destruction of a civilian populationPanel 3: Atrocity Crimes — Russian narrative and attempts to extinguish Ukrainian people’s right to exist as a nationSESSION IV
Panel 1: Specificities of international cooperation in the field of freezing, seizing and confiscating of assets
Side-event: Documenting international crimes by civil society and media

Day 3

Panel 1: Children — victims of Russia’s attempted destruction of Ukrainian identity
Panel 2: Prosecuting Environmental War Crimes


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