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Panel Discussions - October 25, 2012
The rule of law is a fundamental building block for realizing rights, holding perpetrators accountable, and ensuring long-term peace and development, though more international support is needed to re-establish the rule of law in crisis-affected states. These were the key takeaways from a policy forum held at the International Peace Institute on October 25th.
Panel Discussions - October 19, 2012
The new Somali government represents the best chance in 20 years to rebuild the state. Eight years since an agreement to replace the Transitional Federal Government, Somali political leaders and civil society actors have established a new government headed by civil rights activist Hassan Sheikh Muhamed under a new provisional constitution.
The challenges ahead were the topic of an October 19th roundtable at IPI
Panel Discussions - October 10, 2012
“Empowering women in post-conflict justice requires that women must be more than waitresses at the banquet of life,” said Brenda Hollis, Prosecutor of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, on October 10, 2012.
Speaker Events - September 27, 2012
“In a new Libya, we seek not revenge but reconciliation, not exclusion but inclusiveness," said Mohammad Yousef al-Magariaf, President of the General National Congress of Libya, during an IPI event on September 27, 2012.
Speaker Events - July 19, 2012
"The elections have turned out to be an extraordinary achievement," said Ian Martin, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) for Libya, countering the international press accounts at the time that had a more somber assessment on their impact on the future of Libya.
Speaker Events - July 16, 2012
“Burundi has the opportunity to be an extraordinary success, and whether it is or not may be determined in the next three years,” said Karin Landgren, the outgoing Special Representative of the Secretary-General (SRSG) for Burundi, during an IPI event on July 16, 2012.
Panel Discussions - June 26, 2012
“In the rule of law, there is no "big bang"… rule of law very much is something bit by bit, you learn bit by bit, and that is how it develops,” Sam Muller, Director of the Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL), told an IPI lunchtime policy forum on June 26, 2012. The forum focused on a report released that day, Innovations in the Rule of Law, prepared by HiiL and the World Justice Project (WJP) which highlights the significant progress made in the area of rule of law over the past five to ten years.
Panel Discussions - June 18, 2012
On June 18, 2012, IPI hosted an event on “Citizenship in Africa: Preventing Conflict, Building Nations” which sought to examine the challenges citizenship-related discrimination pose to stability and sustainable peace in the region.
Speaker Events - May 17, 2012
“The real issue is consensus,” Luis Moreno-Ocampo, outgoing chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), told an IPI audience on May 17th. He was speaking about challenges the ICC will face in the next decade.
Speaker Events - May 10, 2012
“In my understanding of the rule of law, fundamentally, what the rule of law means is that it embraces the principle of equality before the law,” Louise Arbour, president of the International Crisis Group (ICG), told an IPI audience on May 10, 2012. Ms. Arbour outlined that this means that no one is above the law and everyone has both equal protection and equal benefit of the law.
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