Esteemed panel discusses provocative film exploring efforts to bring justice to the Balkans
Balkan justice remains incomplete. Trials continue, fugitives remain at large, and the world looks to the Hague for answers. Do not miss this one-time only opportunity to explore the most significant effort at international justice since Nuremberg: a provocative film and a stimulating panel discussion with leading American and European voices. Join the panelists, for a special reception preceding the film.
Cost: Free and open to the public.
RSVP Required. Call 310.772.2527.
Sponsor(s): Burkle Center for International Relations, Center for International and Comparative Law (Whittier Law School), The Federal Dept. of Foreign Affairs (Berne) and the Consulate General of Switzerland (Los Angeles), Museum of Tolerance, Human Rights Watch, Loyola Law School of Los Angeles, International Criminal Court Alliance
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