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Contemporary Issues in International Criminal and Human Rights Law

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When in the summer of 2014 young legal scholars and students from Cambodia, Germany and... mehr

When in the summer of 2014 young legal scholars and students from Cambodia, Germany and the US gathered at the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh to participate in the iipsl Summer School 2014 on Inter-national Criminal Law and Human Rights Law a long term project of Elisa Hoven and months of preparation became reality.1 This publication bears witness to its success and brings together essays from participants and lecturers of the Summer School.

Titel: Contemporary Issues in International Criminal and Human Rights Law
Autor: Alexander Schwarz, Charlotte Lülf, Dr. Elisa Hoven, Dr. Hannah Lea Pfeiffer, Franziska Oehm, Katharina Behmer, Ruth Effinowicz, Thomas Weigend, Yasmina Yenimazman
Reihe: Cologne Occasional Papers on International Peace and Security Law
Auflage: 1. Auflage
Band: 5
Herausgeber: Prof. Dr. Claus Kreß
Erschienen: 1. Aufl. 31.12.2016
Fachbereich: Rechtswissenschaft
Produkttyp: Buch (Gebunden)
Produktart: Sammelband
Sprache: Englisch
Einband: Softcover (Paperback)
Maße: 29,7 x 21,0 cm (DIN A4)
Umfang: 116 Seiten
Zustand: Neu (eingschweißt in Folie)
Keywords: ECCC, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Human Rights, Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law, Summer School
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Titel: Contemporary Issues in International Criminal and Human Rights Law
Autor: Alexander Schwarz, Charlotte Lülf, Dr. Elisa Hoven, Dr. Hannah Lea Pfeiffer, Franziska Oehm, Katharina Behmer, Ruth Effinowicz, Thomas Weigend, Yasmina Yenimazman
Reihe: Cologne Occasional Papers on International Peace and Security Law
Auflage: 1. Auflage
Band: 5
Herausgeber: Prof. Dr. Claus Kreß
Erschienen: 1. Aufl. 31.12.2016
Fachbereich: Rechtswissenschaft
Produkttyp: Buch (Gebunden)
Produktart: Sammelband
Sprache: Englisch
Einband: Softcover (Paperback)
Maße: 29,7 x 21,0 cm (DIN A4)
Umfang: 116 Seiten
Zustand: Neu (eingschweißt in Folie)
Keywords: ECCC, Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, Human Rights, Human Rights Law, International Criminal Law, Summer School
Ruth Effinowicz Introduction Hannah Lea Pfeiffer & Yasmina Yenimazman... mehr

Ruth Effinowicz
Introduction

Hannah Lea Pfeiffer & Yasmina Yenimazman
Summer School on International Criminal Law and Human Rights Law – Auf den Spuren des Khmer Rouge Tribunals

Alexander Schwarz & Katharina Behmer
Report of the Summer School on International Criminal Law and Human Rights Law, 21 July – 3 August 2014 in Phnom Penh

Alexander Schwarz 
Better late than never – The second judgement of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) against two former leaders of the Khmer Rouge regime – Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan

Hannah Lea Pfeiffer 
Modes of liability in the Judgement of the ECCC in Case 002/01

Katharina Behmer 
What Perceptions Can Tell Us About Transitional Justice: Perceived Legitimacy of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

Thomas Weigend 
The ICC – Model of a Global Criminal Court?

Franziska Oehm 
Unternehmen im Völkerstrafrecht – Das Sondertribunal für den Libanon als Pionier für die Strafbarkeit juristischer Personen? Besprechung des Urteils der Beschwerdekammer des Sondertribunals für den Libanon zur Gerichtsbarkeit ratione personae über juristische Personen

Charlotte Lülf 
The Extraterritorial Application of European Human Rights Law in a Migration Context – Focus on the Principle of Non-Refoulement

Notes on Contributors

Katharina Behmer  is currently employed as research associate at the Institute for... mehr

Katharina Behmer is currently employed as research associate at the Institute for International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict. Her PhD project is on “Global Norms and Local Interactions in Post-Conflict Settings: A Case Study on Gender in the Cambodian Transitional Justice Process”. She studied in Berlin, Frankfurt (Oder), Granada and Bochum, and holds a B.A. in Cultural Studies (2007) from the Europa-University Vi-adrina Frankfurt (Oder) and an M.A. in Social Science (2012) from Ruhr-University Bochum. Since 2012 she is a lecturer in the NOHA Master Program in International Humanitarian Action. Her research focuses on the study of international norms in global governance, gender in humanitarian action and transitional justice.

Ruth Effinowicz works as a research fellow at the Institute for International Peace and Security Law at the University of Cologne. She holds law degrees from the Universities of Cologne and Paris 1 (LL.M.; Maîtrise en droit) as well as a German State Exam and an M.A. in Japanese Studies. She is currently working towards her PhD. E-Mail: ruth.effinowicz@uni-koeln.de

Elisa Hoven is an assistant professor for criminal law and criminal procedure law at the University of Co-logne. She holds a PhD in international criminal law from the Free University of Berlin where she worked on „The Rule of Law in International Criminal Proceedings“. She studied law at the Free University of Berlin, Radboud Universitaet Nijmegen (Netherlands) and the University of Cambridge (UK). She worked for the Civil Parties at the ECCC and for Judge Kaul at the ICC. She was a Visiting Scholar at the War Crimes Studies Center at the University of California, Berkeley, a Visiting Fellow at the International Research and Documentation Centre War Crimes Trials at the University of Marburg and conducted research on victims in international criminal proceedings at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, Harvard University. Email: ehoven@uni-koeln.de

Charlotte Lülf works as a research associate at the Institute for International Law of Peace and Armed Con-flict (IFHV) at the Ruhr-University of Bochum. She holds an LL.M. in Public International Law and an M.A. in German Public Law and Political Science from the Universities of Leiden (the Netherland) and Kiel.

Franziska Oehm studied law at the University of Nürnberg-Erlangen and at the Universidad Autónoma Ma-drid. Since October 2014, she is a PhD candidate with Prof. Dr. Markus Krajewski at the Institute for German Public Law and Public International Law and a research associate in the research project “Human rights as a benchmark in transnational business law“ („Menschenrechte als Maßstab des transnationalen Wirtschafts- rechts“) at the Centre for Human Rights Erlangen-Nürnberg. Email: franziska.oehm@fau.de

Alexander Schwarz studied law, philosophy, and history of arts in Heidelberg and Santiago de Chile. He works as a research associate at the Institute for Public international Law, European Law, and Pubic Law at the University of Leipzig. He is a PhD candidate with Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Kai Ambos (University of Göttingen) on the topic “The prosecution of sexual violence at the International Criminal Court“ („Die Verfolgung sex-ualisierter Gewalt vor dem Internationalen Strafgerichtshof“). Email: alexander.schwarz@uni-leipzig.de

Thomas Weigend (Dr. jur., University of Freiburg, Germany) is a professor of criminal law and criminal procedure at the University of Köln (Cologne, Germany). He has taught as a visiting professor at several universities including the University of Tokyo, New York University and Peking University. Professor Weigend’s research has been dedicated mostly to problems of (comparative) criminal procedure and inter-national criminal law. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Journal of International Criminal Justice.

Hannah Lea Pfeiffer studied law at the University of Cologne and the Universitet Uppsala in Sweden. Since January 2013 she writes a PhD thesis on the topic „Individual participation in the Crime of Aggression under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court“ with Prof. Dr. Claus Kreß LL.M. (Cambridge). From January 2013 until July 2015, she was a research fellow at the chair for German and International Criminal Law of the Institute for Criminal law and Criminal Law Procedure at the University of Cologne where she continues working as a research assistant. Since August 2015 she is a trainee lawyer at the Cologne Higher Regional Court. Email: hannah.lea.pfeiffer@uni-koeln.de

Yasmina Yenimazman currently works as research assistant at the chair for German and International Crimi-nal Law of the Institute for Criminal law and Criminal Law Procedure at the University of Cologne. After studying law at the University of Cologne, focussing on criminal law and criminology, she worked as re-search assistant at the Institute for Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure Law, where she started working on her PhD in German criminal law. In 2014, she started her legal traineeship at the Cologne Higher Regional Court, during which she spent 3 months working for the Federal Foreign Office at the German Embassy im Brussels.

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