IBA interviews on Syria and related topics: should amnesties still be offered as a way to end conflict?

The IBA conducted interviews with Lord Michael Williams, Former UN Envoy for the Middle East; Jamie Shea, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, NATO; Betty Mould-Idrissu, former Minister for Education and former Attorney General and Minister for Justice, Ghana; and John Shattuck, Former US Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights, on whether amnesties should still be offered as a way to end conflict, with particular reference to Syria.

Lord Michael Williams, Former UN Envoy for the Middle East

 


 

Jamie Shea, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges

 


 

Betty Mould-Idrissu, former Minister for Education and former Attorney General and Minister for Justice, Ghana

 


 

John Shattuck, Former US Assistant Secretary of State for Human Rights