[PAST EVENT] Police Bystander Liability: A Comparative Approach
Access & Features
- Free food
- Open to the public
Police Bystander Liability: A Comparative Approach presented by Göran Sluiter, Professor of Law at the University of Amsterdam.
The discussion will compare various approaches to secondary liability for human rights violations and whether police bystanders can be held accountable for their complicity of such violations under international criminal law.
Thursday, April 14th 12:50-1:50 PM in Room 127. Lunch will be provided at this event on a first come, first served basis.
Göran Sluiter is professor of international criminal law at the University of Amsterdam. He is also professor of criminal law and procedure at the Open University in the Netherlands and lawyer and partner at Prakken D'Oliveira Human Rights Lawyers. Göran is principal investigator in the VICI funded research project 'Rethinking the Outer Limits of Secondary Liability for International Crimes and Serious Human Rights Violations' which runs from September 2018 until September 2023 (rethinkingslic.org). He has published widely on various aspects of international criminal law.
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