Reflecting on the 60th Anniversary of the Eichmann Trial: Contemporary Impacts
This full-day Symposium will present diverse perspectives on the resounding impact of the Eichmann Trials. As part of this endeavor, the Symposium will feature panels addressing three topics: the contemporary prosecution of international substantive crimes, the impact of community participation in international trials and tribunals, and the strengths and limitations of universal jurisdiction. The panels will be composed of leading academics, researchers, and current U.N. Special Rapporteurs. Fabian Salvioli, the Special Rapporteur on the promotion of truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-recurrence will be the Keynote Speaker. The Symposium will also include a Book Talk with authors Sinja Graf (The Humanity of Universal Crime) and Dirk Moses (The Problem of Genocide).