Conference | Seminar
Gender and International Criminal Law
- Tuesday 16 January 2024 - Wednesday 17 January 2024
2511 VA The Hague
- A 006
In collaboration with Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice, Legal Action Worldwide, UN Women, the Australian Embassy in The Hague and the International Gender Champions Network, the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies is pleased to announce the Gender and International Criminal Law conference, which will take place on 16 and 17 January 2024 in The Hague.
Save the dates for this conference, which will explore pivotal issues that push the boundaries of gender justice in International Criminal Law. This two-day conference will bring together over 100 key figures in the field of Gender Justice to share knowledge, inspire practical solutions and create a renewed energy to inform a more equitable International Criminal Law field.
The motivating factors behind this conference are the publication of the comprehensive book entitled Gender and International Criminal Law in July 2022 (Oxford University Press), edited by Indira Rosenthal, Valerie Oosterveld, Susana SáCouto, and a new initiative to establish a Gender Justice Practitioner Hub (GJP Hub) to support and connect practitioners involved in securing gender justice.
Join us as we bring together over 100 key figures in the field of Gender Justice for an engaging exploration of pivotal issues. The aim of this conference is to facilitate knowledge sharing, inspire practical solutions and create a renewed energy in order to shape a more equitable International Criminal Law field.
This conference was made possible thanks to support from the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
The full program with the list of speakers and interactive sessions can be accessed here.
Registered participants will be able to attend the conference online or in person. *In-person registration closed on 10 January 2024.Register here