LECTURE: Transitional justice & Human rights crisis in Sri Lanka

Lasting for more than 25 years, the Sri Lankan civil war caused the life of 100 000 people and constant violations of human rights. When it is time to secure justice for the victims, what role should the UN have?
Professor Ramu Manivannan from the University of Madras in India gives an exclusive lecture, explaining why he urges the UN to promote compliance of transitional justice and mechanisms with international norms. He argues that it is important that the UN seeks to address the causes of conflicts and the related violations of human rights.
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Place: Universitetshuset sal IX
Date: 30/3
Time: 19.15
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