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.
Policy and Program Plan
Each year public debates will be organized on topics dealing with mass atrocities. The Foundation will work in cooperation with partner organisations such as University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands), Gresham College ( United Kingdom ), the Helsinki Committee for Human Rights ( Serbia ) and others.
A multi-disciplinary approach will be encouraged in teaching and research by those working with the Foundation on topics of legal, political, diplomatic and military responses to mass atrocities.
Research topics will focus on the questions that arise for post-conflict societies out of trials of individuals for mass atrocities; including:
Proceedings of Master Class lectures and conferences will be published as online reports and in book formats.
Contacts will be established and maintained with victims of mass atrocities , policy makers and international organisations in order to further awareness of the possibilities of the mechanism of restorative and retributive justice.