Event information

10 October 2016

Conférence-débat avec Philippe SANDS, Professeur, University College London

Event

Book cover of Conférence-débat avec Philippe SANDS, Professeur, University College London Book cover of Conférence-débat avec Philippe SANDS, Professeur, University College London

A l’occasion de cette conférence-débat, Monsieur Philippe Sands présentera son ouvrage East West Street: A Story about the Origins of Genocide and Crimes against Humanity. L’exposé du professeur Sands (en anglais) sera suivi d’une discussion, en français et en anglais.

Location

Salle M S150, Uni-Mail (Boulevard du Pont-d'Arve 40), Genève

Access

Tram 15 Directions Palettes, stop at Uni-Mail

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