The adoption of the Rome Statute in 1998 represented a ground-breaking benchmark in international criminal law setting a new standard to end impunity for the most serious crimes. The International Criminal Court was established upon the entry into force of the Rome Statute on 1 July 2002, establishing then a permanent system to end impunity for genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.
The speakers, all former or current judges of the International Criminal Court will share their experiences and insights on the advances accomplished and will reflect on the challenges ahead.
This webinar is organized by the Inter-American Institute of Human Rights (IIHR) and GAAMAC.
Opening remarks will be delivered by Ricardo Perez Manrique, Member of the Assembly of the the Inter-American Institute of Human Rights (IIHR) and President of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
- Sylvia Steiner | Former ICC Judge
- Socorro Flores | ICC Judge
- Silvia Fernández de Gurmendi | GAAMAC Chair and former President of the ICC
The session will be moderated by Eduardo Bertoni, Representative of the Regional Office for South America of the Inter-American Institute of Human Rights (IIHR).
The webinar will be conducted in Spanish, with English interpretation available.