The Geoffrey Nice Foundation
Law, History, Politics and Society in the Context of Mass Atrocities
POST-TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE OF GENOCIDE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: 25 YEARS AFTER SREBRENCA
YOU ARE INVITED TO APPLY TO PARTICIPATE AT: THE SEVENTH MASTER CLASS on “POST-TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE OF GENOCIDE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: 25 YEARS AFTER SREBRENCA” to be held form 29 June to 10 July 2020 at the Inter-University Centre for Post-Graduate Studies (IUC) in Dubrovnik, Croatia. OBJECTIVES The Master Class’s objective is to advance a multidisciplinary approach to understanding political violence and the role of international criminal justice through exploration of legal, historical, political and sociological methodologies.
Geoffrey Nice Foundation
The objective of the Foundation is to advance a multidisciplinary understanding of International Criminal Justice delivered by courts, truth commissions and in other ways. The Foundation seeks to achieve its goals through training and education programmes, together with other activities, which embrace legal, historical, political and sociological disciplines and their respective methodologies. It operates with students, researchers and academics of these disciplines from different countries, studying and working together. Master Classes take place annually under the general title “Law, History, Politics, and Society in the Context of Mass Atrocities” with different specific programmes for each year.
Transitional Justice Working Group (Seoul, South Korea) and Justice for Iran (London, UK)
The 5th GNF Master Class was held from 02 to 13 July 2018 at the Inter-University Centre for Post-Graduate Studies (IUC) in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
See the Report below for further information.
“Law and Politics of Terrorism: In Search of Adequate Political, Military and Legal Responses to the Threat of Terrorism in the Post-Cold War Era”
This annual Master Class, the fourth since 2014, was held between 03 July and 14 July 2017 at the Inter-University Centre (IUC) in Dubrovnik, Croatia. It is a joint venture by the Geoffrey Nice Foundation, the University of Amsterdam and the Serbian Helsinki Committee for Human Rights.