The Yugoslav Tribunal Twenty Years On: Lessons for International Justice

  • Date: 5th December 2013
  • Time: 18.30pm - 20.00pm
  • Venue: Room G01, Tower 1, LSE
  • Chair: Professor Mary Kaldor,
  • Speakers: Natasa Kandic, Iavor Rangelov, Wolfgang Schomburg and Ruti Teitel,

Marking the 20th anniversary of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, this panel considered its record and the questions it raises for the future of international justice.

Natasa Kandic is founder of the Humanitarian Law Center in Belgrade and regional coordinator of the RECOM initiative.

Iavor Rangelov is global security research fellow at the Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit, LSE and co-chair of the London Transitional Justice Network.

Wolfgang Schomburg is honorary professor of law and chair of the Centre for Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Durham University and former judge at the Yugoslav Tribunal.

Ruti Teitel is the Ernst C. Stiefel professor of comparative law at New York Law School and visiting fellow at LSE.