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Master Class Sir Geoffrey Nice

What does it take to prosecute a head of state under international criminal law? How to obtain legal evidence in conflict situations? And how useful is the term genocide?

On Thursday 26 March, Sir Geoffrey Nice will present the Camera Justitia Master Class about criminal law and international justice at the Movies that Matter Festival.

Sir Geoffrey Nice led the prosecution of Slobodan Milošević at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. On the basis of film fragments, Sir Nice looks back at his time at the Yugoslavia Tribunal and shares his ideas about the future of international criminal law.

The  master class will be moderated by criminologist Dr. Frederiek de Vlaming, researcher and lecturer at the University of Amsterdam. Movies that Matter invites professionals and students of law, international relations and social sciences to participate in this 1,5 hour master class.

Thursday 26 March, 3.30 pm     /    Theater aan het Spui, Spui 187, The Hague     /       Entrance is free

Movies that Matter Festival

The Movies that Matter Festival is the annual film and debate festival featuring the best of recent filmmaking on human rights and social justice. The festival takes place from 20 to 28 March in Filmhuis Den Haag and Theater aan het Spui, The Hague. Ticket sale starts on March 5th. For more information, see our website.

Camera Justitia

With documentaries, a master class, a talkshow and debates on the rule of law and the fight against impunity, Camera Justitia sheds light on the many angles of law and justice. Hence, the programme is closely connected to The Hague, the International City of Peace and Justice. The full programme will be online early March. Camera Justitia is made possible by vfonds.

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