Environmental crimes and ICC jurisdiction


Environmental crimes and ICC jurisdiction

A webinar presented by the IBA War Crimes Committee

17 MAY 2021, 1700 - 1800 BST

With an increased interest among the international criminal justice community on environmental issues, this panel will discuss under what circumstances environmental crimes may carry individual criminal liability under international criminal law, as well as what avenues of redress the current landscape of international justice offers to communities affected by environmental crimes.

Certificate of Attendance

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Matthew Gillett
Peace and Justice Initiative, The Hague; Communications Officer, IBA War Crimes Committee

Patrick Alley
Global Witness, London

Jelena Aparac
Lecturer and Legal Adviser in International Law, Ferney-Voltaire

Syeda Rizwana Hasan
Supreme Court, Bangladesh

Maud Sarliève
Special Tribunal for Lebanon, Leidschendam