This annual FREE lecture on international human rights and international justice was scheduled long before the death of Nelson Mandela, so the timing is somewhat eerie. On Thursday, Dec. 12, Auschwitz survivor Thomas Buergenthal, one of the world’s most distinguished jurists, whose name is synonymous with human rights and international justice, is speaking on the changing landscape of justice, at the International Center for Transitional Justice in Lower Manhattan. Tickets are free, but an RSVP is required to ensure space. To reserve seats, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Thursday, December 12 lecture, titled “Reflections on the Landscape of Justice: From Auschwitz to The Hague” will be a discussion between Buergenthal and ICTJ President David Tolbert, to explore how notions of transitional justice, including accountability, education, and rule of law. Event website.
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