When did the ICTY end?
31 December 2017
The ICTY Closing Ceremony was the last in a series of legacy and closing events held over the past two years entitled ICTY Legacy Dialogues. The Tribunal will officially close on 31 December 2017.
Is the ICTY effective?
Based on a case study of the ICTY and the ITCR, we find that the lack of effective apprehension has reduced the deterrent effect of the tribunals and provided one of the primary justifications for the creation of an international criminal court.
Who set up the ICTY?
The ICTY was the first war crimes court created by the UN and the first international war crimes tribunal since the Nuremberg and Tokyo tribunals. It was established by the Security Council in accordance with Chapter VII of the UN Charter.
What did the ICTY do?
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) is a United Nations court of law dealing with war crimes that took place during the conflicts in the Balkans in the 1990’s. The Tribunal has proved that efficient and transparent international justice is possible.
Why was ICTY created?
Establishment. In May 1993, the Tribunal was established by the United Nations in response to mass atrocities then taking place in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The ICTY was the first war crimes court created by the UN and the first international war crimes tribunal since the Nuremberg and Tokyo tribunals.
Why was the ICTY made?
The ICTY was created in 1993, in the midst of the Bosnian War, to investigate and prosecute war crimes, crimes against humanity, and other violations of international humanitarian law that were reportedly taking place in the former Yugoslavia.
What does the ICTY do?
The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) is a United Nations court of law dealing with war crimes that took place during the conflicts in the Balkans in the 1990’s.
When is the European Academy of Law and ICT conference?
Göttingen Research Forum for European ICT and IP Law XVII. Cyberspace conference (29 – 30 November 2019)
Is there a summer school for IP law in Europe?
Summer School of European IT and IP Law (1-7 September 2019) The summer school is a leading European summer programme for postgraduate and doctoral students focusing on emerging issues of law of information and communication technologies and intellectual property law incl. e-commerce, privacy, personal data, cybercrime, cybersecurity etc.
Is the European University Institute a law school?
Since 1984 the European University Institute has offered law students a one-year programme leading to the degree of Master in Comparative, European and International Law (LL.M. degree level).
Where does the European University Institute take place?
The European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy, is an international postgraduate and post-doctoral teaching and research institute established by European Union member states to contribute to cultural and scientific development in the social sciences, in a European perspective.