War in Ukraine: Potential and Limitations of International Law

In short

Date:

30 March 2022

Time:

16:00 - 17:30

Location:

SL 4.83 at THUAS & Online via Teams

The Centre of Expertise Global Governance launches a series of events on the conflict in Ukraine

THUAS students, lecturers, researchers and guest lecturers will discuss what international legal institutions can and cannot do:

The role of the ICJ (International Court of Justice) and the ICC (International Criminal Court) in the conflict (Panel 1)

In a second panel discussants address the role of international bodies such as UN and EU in the large-scale displacement and refugees:
 
The Ukrainian refugee crisis with a focus on the perspective of the civil society in Poland (Panel 2)

Register to join us! 

Stay tuned for a next session: Failure of Diplomacy? Role of Negotiations and Dispute Resolution. April 13 afternoon (time to be confirmed)

In case you want to know more, visit THUAS Q&A page on the situation in Ukraine: 
Situation in Ukraine - questions & answers (sharepoint.com)

Link to Teams meeting