Event information

8 October 2018, 18:30-20:00

Tactics for Accountability for Abuses in War

Event

Central African Republic, Bouca, 2013. Some houses near the Catholic Mission were recently burnt. Central African Republic, Bouca, 2013. Some houses near the Catholic Mission were recently burnt.

Human rights advocates working in two of the most serious yet underreported conflicts in the world today – the Central African Republic and Yemen – talk about the challenges they face and the tactics they use in documenting and reporting human rights violations and securing justice for victims in conflict.

Moderator

  • Anjli Parrin, Columbia Law School Human Rights Clinic

Panelists

  • Radhya Almutawakel, Chairperson, Mwatana Organization for Human Rights, Yemen
  • Nadia Carine Fornel Poutou, Association de Femmes Juriste de Centrafrique (AFJC), Central African Republic
  • Germaine Nainguira, Jeunesse Unie pour la Protection de l'Environnement et le Developpement Communautaire (JUPEDEC), Central African Republic
  • AbdoulAziz Sali, Collectif des Étudiants Musulmans de Centrafrique (CEMUC), Central African Republic

Location

UniMail, Room MR070, Boulevard du Pont-d'Arve 40, 1204 Geneva

Access

Public Transport

Tram 15 - Stop Uni Mail

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