Workshop: The Legacy and Future of the Mothers of Srebrenica Case
On 12 November 2020, the Utrecht Centre for Accountability and Liability Law (UCALL) together with the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM), both from Utrecht University, and the Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research (NNHRR) will host the workshop on The Legacy and Future of the Mothers of Srebrenica Case.
After 12 years of litigation, on 19 July 2019 the Dutch Supreme Court rendered its final judgment on the Mothers of Srebrenica case. The case is currently pending before the European Court of Human Rights. Mothers of Srebrenica has left important footprints and triggered new questions on the issues of State responsibility and accountability, immunity, human rights and tort law. The workshop brings academics and practitioners to explore these intricate issues.
The focus of the workshop is limited to the legal issues emanating from the Mothers of Srebrenica case and does not aim to cover broader issues pertaining to Srebrenica, or the case-law of other domestic and international courts and tribunals on this topic.
|12:30 – 12:40|
François Kristen, Professor at Utrecht University and co-director of UCALL
Kushtrim Istrefi, Assistant Professor at Utrecht University (UCALL/SIM), co-organizer of the workshop
|12:40 – 14:00|
Panel 1: Litigating Mothers of Srebrenica Case
Mothers of Srebrenica Case: a Bosnian Perspective
A Monument for Srebrenica in The Hague
|14:10 – 15:30|
Panel 2: Public International Law
Chair: Chair: Brianne McGonigle Leyh, Associate Professor at Utrecht University
Shared Responsibility in Mothers of Srebrenica
Attribution and Liability in the Dutch case-law
Litigating the Immunity of International Organisations
|15:40 – 17:00|
Panel 3: ECHR and Tort Law
Fair Trial in the Mothers of Srebrenica case
The right to life in the Mothers of Srebrenica case
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Registration is possible by sending an email to email@example.com before 10 November 17:00. Please mention your name and programme of studies in the email.