North Korea's Unspeakable Crimes Against Humanity: Discussed

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This panel discussion welcome input and questions from all wh attended the evnet. As such we hear first hand from witnesses and victims to the atrocities and hear important questions on what the witnesses have to brave to testify, what the international community is doing to support the report and evnt to prevent future abuses. 

The Panel Members for the discussion are:

The Hon Michael Kirby; A top lawyer and judge in his native Australia and the leader of the commission.

Sonja Biserko; a renowned lawyer who has worked on many international criminal cases and human rights investigations.

Sir Geoffrey Nice QC; Grehsam Professor of Law and one of Britain's most highly esteemed barristers.

The full report can be downloaded from the Commissioner for Human Rights Website.

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This event was on Fri, 21 Mar 2014


Sonja Biserko

Founder and president of the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights in Serbia. Written extensively on the wars in the former Yugoslavia and war crimes including...

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Geoffrey Nice

Professor Sir Geoffrey Nice KC

Professor of Law

Sir Geoffrey Nice KC has practised as a barrister since 1971. He worked at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia – the ICTY – between 1998 and 2006 and led the prosecution of Slobodan Milošević, former President of Serbia.

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Michael Kirby

Retired judge, jurist and academic. Justice of the High Court of Australia from 1996 to 2009. President of the International Commission of Jurists (1995-98), member...

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