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Highlights:

 

Professor of international law, Middlesex University, London; Professor of international criminal law and human rights, Leiden University. Also: emeritus professor of human rights law and honorary chairman, Irish Centre for Human Rights, National University of Ireland Galway; visiting professor, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies; distinguished visiting faculty, Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po, Paris; professeur associé, Université du Québec à Montréal; honorary professor, Institute of Law (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences) and Wuhan University.

 

Books include: The Trial of the Kaiser, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018; The International Criminal Court: A Commentary on the Rome Statute, 2nd ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016; The European Convention on Human Rights: A Commentary, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015; The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: the travaux préparatoires, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015; Unimaginable Atrocities: Justice, Politics and Rights at the War Crimes Tribunals, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012; Introduction to the International Criminal Court, 5th. ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017; Genocide in International Law, 2nd ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009; The UN International Criminal Tribunals: the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006; The Abolition of the Death Penalty in International Law, 3rd ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002. Translations of these books have been published in Chinese, German, Turkish, Nepali, Persian, Albanian and Japanese.

 

Author of more than 400 academic journal articles; editor of 29 collections of essays, book chapters and conference proceedings; has delivered lectures or conference papers in more than fifty countries; writings have been cited in judgments, decisions and opinions of: International Court of Justice, International Criminal Court, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Special Court for Sierra Leone, European Court of Human Rights, Inter-American Court of Human Rights, Supreme Court of Canada, United States Supreme Court, Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, High Court of Tanzania, Supreme Court of Israel.

 

Member, Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission (2002-2004).

 

Chairman, Board of Trustees, United Nations Voluntary Fund for Technical Cooperation in the Field of Human Rights (2009-2011).

 

Chairman, International commission of inquiry to investigate all violations of international humanitarian law and international human rights law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, particularly in the occupied Gaza Strip, in the context of the military operations conducted since 13 June 2014 (2014-2015).

 

President, International Association of Genocide Scholars (2009-2011); Chair, Institute for International Criminal Investigation (2000-••••); President, Irish Branch, International Law Association (2008-2015).

 

Officer of the Order of Canada; Member of the Royal Irish Academy; honorary doctorates from: Dalhousie University, Halifax; Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland; Northwestern University, Chicago; University of Copenhagen; Vespasian V. Pella Medal for International Criminal Justice, Association internationale de droit pénal; Gold medal in the Social Sciences, Royal Irish Academy.

 

lawyer and legal counsel in litigation before: International Court of Justice, Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights, International Criminal Court, United Nations Human Rights Committee, Supreme Court of Canada, Inter-American Commission of Human Rights, etc. Expert witness before courts in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Israel, Indonesia. Amicus curiae before the Special Court for Sierra Leone

 

Editor in Chief, Criminal Law Forum (1998-2015); Editor in Chief, Oxford Reports on International Criminal Law (2007-****).

 

 

 

Education:

Degree courses: North Toronto Collegiate Institute, Toronto, 1968 (‘senior matriculation’); B.A., history, University of Toronto, 1972 (‘honours history’); M.A., history (international relations), University of Toronto, 1973 (thesis: ‘Anglo-Soviet relations, 1917-1934’); LL.B., University of Montréal, 1983; LL.M., University of Montréal, 1990 (thesis: ‘Use of international human rights law before the Canadian courts’); LL.D., University of Montréal, 1992 (thesis: ‘The abolition of the death penalty in international law’).

Other courses, etc.: Bar admission school, Québec Bar, 1984; Course in International Humanitarian Law given by the Canadian Red Cross Society, Ottawa, August, 1991; Course in International Humanitarian Law given by the Graduate Institute for International Studies, Geneva, July, 1993; Internship at the European Commission of Human Rights, Strasbourg, June-July, 1994; Workshop on International Organization Studies, given by the Academic Council on the United Nations System and the American Society of International Law, Providence, Rhode Island, July 1994.

 

 

 

Employment:

Current: Professor of international law, Middlesex University, London (since 2010); Professor of international criminal law and human rights, Leiden University (since 2012); emeritus professor of human rights law, National University of Ireland Galway (since 2011); honorary chairman, Irish Centre for Human Rights (since 2011); distinguished visiting faculty, Paris School of International Affairs, Sciences Po, Paris (since 2011); Professeur associé, Département des sciences juridiques, Université du Québec à Montréal (since 2000); Visiting Fellow, Kellogg College, University of Oxford (since 2007); Visiting Fellow, Northumbria University (appointed 2015); ‘door tenant’, 9 Bedford Row, London (since 2007); lawyer and legal counsel in litigation before: International Court of Justice, Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights, International Criminal Court, United Nations Human Rights Committee, Supreme Court of Canada, Inter-American Commission of Human Rights, etc. Expert witness before courts in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, Israel, Indonesia. Amicus curiae before the Special Court for Sierra Leone.

 

 

 

 

2014-15

Chairman, International commission of inquiry to investigate all violations of international humanitarian law and

 

international human rights law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, particularly in the

 

2002-04

occupied Gaza Strip, in the context of the military operations conducted since 13 June 2014

Member, Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Sierra Leone.

 

2000-11

Professor of human rights law, National University of Ireland Galway

2000-01

Director, Irish Centre for Human Rights

1998-99

Senior fellow, Jennings Randolph Programme for International Peace, United States Institute of Peace, Washington

1996-2000

Assessor, Quebec Human Rights Tribunal

1995-96

Senior policy adviser, International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, Montreal

1994-98

Chair, Département des sciences juridiques, Université du Québec à Montréal (1994-1998)

1991-96

Investigator, Quebec Human Rights Commission

1991-93

Associate chair, Module des sciences juridiques, Université du Québec à Montréal

1991-2001

Professor, Département des sciences juridiques, Université du Québec à Montréal (assistant professor 1991-1995, associate professor 1995-1997, full professor 1997-2001)

1985-2005

Member, Québec Bar

1983

Articling student, Guy & Gilbert, avocats, Montréal

1983-84

Teaching assistant, Faculty of Law, University of Montréal

1973-91

Freelance journalist, translator, speechwriter; Quebec correspondent for McGraw Hill World News Service (1981-1989); editor in chief, Pulp and Paper Canada, (1978-1980); associate editor, Canadian Mining Journal (1975-1978); editor, Orchestra Canada/Orchestres Canada (1973-1975); contributions to Saturday Night, New Scientist, Harrowsmith, Globe and Mail, etc.

1978

Lecturer, Vanier College, Montreal (history)

1973-74

Teaching assistant, Department of History, University of Toronto

 

 

Visiting or adjunct professor, lecturer: University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada (1991, 1998); Instructor, Canadian Foreign Service Institute, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ottawa (1991-2007); Professor of law, University of Montpellier I, Montpellier, France (1994, 1998); McGill University, Montreal, Canada (1995-1998), Université de Paris Ouest, Nanterre-La Défense (1996, 2010), International Institute of Human Rights, Strasbourg, France (1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2014, 2016); National University of Rwanda, Butare, Rwanda (1996-1999); University of Paris XI (2000); University of Paris II (Pantheon-Assas) (2001, 2003); University of Westminster, London (2002-2008); Dalhousie University, Halifax (2002, ‘Bertha Wilson Lectureship in Human Rights’); University of Geneva, University Centre in International Humanitarian Law (2003-2005); EMA European Masters in Human Rights, Venice (2003-04); University of Amsterdam (2003-2005); EU Mediterranean Masters in Human Rights and Democratization (2004-2011); Honorary Professor, Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China (2004-••••); Visiting professor, Faculty of Law, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China (2005-

••••); Lecturer, Washington College of Law, American University, Washington, DC (2007); Guest Professor, College of Criminal Law Science, Beijing Normal University (2007-••••); Visiting professor, Queen’s University, Belfast, School of Law (2007-2009); Professor (‘Global Legal Scholar’), University of Warwick, School of Law (2007-2010); Visiting professor, Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, New York City (2007- 2008, 2010-2011); Visiting professor, LUISS Guido Carli University, Rome (2008); Visiting fellow, All Souls College, University of Oxford (2008); Visiting Professor, University of Geneva/Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (2009-••••); Monash University School of Law, Melbourne (2011); Guest Professor, Wuhan University, China (2012-••••).

 

Books and monographs:

 

  1. Habeas Corpus, Montréal: Wilson & Lafleur, 1990, 62 pp.
  2. International Human Rights Law and the Canadian Charter, Toronto: Carswell, 1991, xxx, 357 pp.
  3. The Abolition of the Death Penalty in International Law, Cambridge: Grotius Publications, 1993, xxxii, 389 pp. (preface by Gilbert Guillaume, judge of the International Court of Justice).
  4. Les instruments internationaux, canadiens et québécois des droits et libertés, Cowansville: Éditions Yvon Blais, 1994, xic, 289 pp. (with Daniel Turp).
  5. Les infractions d'ordre sexuel, Cowansville: Éditions Yvon Blais, 1995, xix, 378 pp.
  6. The Death Penalty as Cruel Treatment and Torture: Capital Punishment Challenged in the World's Courts, Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1996, xxvi, 288 pp.
  7. International Human Rights Law and the Canadian Charter, 2nd ed., Toronto: Carswell, 1996, xxxvii, 450 pp.
  8. The Abolition of the Death Penalty in International Law, 2nd ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997, xli, 403 pp. (preface by Gilbert Guillaume, judge of the International Court of Justice).
  9. Précis du droit international des droits de la personne, Montréal: Éditions Yvon Blais, 1997, xix, 425 pp.
  10. Introduction to Rwandan Law, Montreal: Éditions Yvon Blais, 1997, xxi, 389 pp. (with Martin Imbleau).
  11. Les instruments internationaux, canadiens et québécois des droits et libertés, 2nd ed., Cowansville: Éditions Yvon Blais, 1998, xii, 367 pp. (with Daniel Turp).
  12. Introduction au droit rwandais, Montreal: Éditions Yvon Blais, 1999, xxv, 434 pp. (with Martin Imbleau).
  13. Genocide in International Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000, xvi, 624 pp.
  14. Introduction to the International Criminal Court, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001, x, 406 pp.
  15. The Abolition of the Death Penalty in International Law, 3rd ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002, lx, 435 pp. (preface by Gilbert Guillaume, president of the International Court of Justice).
  16. Slobodan Milosevic on Trial: A Companion, New York & London: Continuum, 2002, iv, 178 pp. (with Michael Scharf).
  17. Introduction to the International Criminal Court, 2nd ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004, xii, 481 pp.
  18. Genozid im Völkerrecht, Hamburg: Hamburger Edition, 2003, 792 pp. (German trans. Holger Fliessbach).
  19. The UN International Criminal Tribunals: the
  20. former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006, liv, 711 pp.
  21. Gjenocidi në të Drejtën Ndërkombëtare [Genocide in International Law], Pristina: Kosovo Centre for Human Rights, 2003, 764 pp. (Albanian trans. Enver Hasani & Bekim Sejdiu).
  22. An Introduction to the International Criminal Court, Tehran: University of Tehran, 2005, 289 pp. (Persian trans. S.B. Mirabbassi).
  23. An Introduction to the International Criminal Court, Beijing: China State Security Publishing House, 2005, 646 pp. (Chinese trans. Huang Fang).
  24. International Human Rights Law and Canadian Law: Legal Commitment, Implementation and the Charter, 3rd ed., Toronto: Carswell, 2007, lxiv, 532 pp. (with Stéphane Beaulac).
  25. Introduction to the International Criminal Court, 3rd. ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2007, xiv, 548 pp.
  26. War Crimes and Human Rights: Essays on the Death Penalty, Justice and Accountability, London: Cameron May Publishers, 2008, 1158 pp..
  27. Uluslararasi Ceza Mahkemesine Giriş [An Introduction to the International Criminal Court], Istanbul: Amnesty International Turkey, 2008, 232 pp. (Turkish trans., Güylay Arslan).
  28. An Introduction to the International Criminal Court, Katmandu: FOHRID Human Rights and Democratic Forum, 2008, 220 pp. (Nepali trans.).
  29. The Abolition of the Death Penalty in International Law, Beijing: Law Press China, 2008, 472 pp. (Chinese trans. Zhao Haifeng).
  30. Genocide in International Law, 2nd ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, xix, 741 pp.
  31. The International Criminal Court: A Commentary on the Rome Statute, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010, lxx, 1,259 pp.
  32. Introduction to the International Criminal Court, 4th ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011, xiii, 579 pp.
  33. Unimaginable Atrocities: Justice, Politics and Rights at the War Crimes Tribunals, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, 232 pp.
  34. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: the travaux préparatoires, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013 (three volumes), cxxv, 3,157 pp.
  35. Kein Frieden ohne Gerechtigkeit? Die Rolle der internationalen Strafjustiz, Hamburg: Hamburger Edition, 2013, 120 pp.
  36. The European Convention on Human Rights: A Commentary, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, cxiii, 1,308 pp.
  37. Victors’ Justice or Pursuit of Justice, Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, 2015, xiii, 135 pp. (in Japanese).
  38. The International Criminal Court:  A Commentary on the Rome Statute, 2nd ed., Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016, lxxviii, 1,589 pp.
  39. Introduction to the International Criminal Court, 5th ed., Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017, xiv, 598 pp.
  40. The Trial of the Kaiser, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, x, 398 pp.

 

Edited volumes:

  1. Sourcebook on the Abolition of the Death Penalty, Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1997, xi, 264 pp. (co-editor, with Hugo Adam Bedau, Peter Hodgkinson and Michael Radelet).
  2. Essays on the Rome Statute of the ICC, Vol. I (editor), Rome: Editrice il Sirente, 2000, xxvi, 516 pp. (co-editor, with Flavia Lattanzi).
  3. Essays on the Rome Statute of the ICC, Vol. II (editor), Rome: Editrice il Sirente, 2004, xxvii, 337 pp. (co-editor, with Flavia Lattanzi).
  4. International Criminal Law Developments in the Case Law of the ICTY, The Hague/London/New York: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2003, xxxiv, 309 pp. (co-editor, with Gideon Boas).
  5. Capital Punishment: Strategies for Abolition, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004, xiv, 374 pp. (co-editor, with Peter Hodgkinson).
  6. Hans Göran Franck, The Barbaric Punishment, Abolishing the Death Penalty, The Hague/London/New York: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2003, xi, 163 pp.
  7. La peine capitale et le droit international des droits de l’homme, Paris: L.G.D.J. Diffuseur, 2003, 275 pp. (co-editor, with Gérard Cohen-Jonathan).
  8. Chinese Yearbook of Human Rights, Vol. I, Beijing: Social Sciences Documentation Publishing House, 2004, 509 pp. (co-editor, with Huang Lie).
  9. Truth Commissions and Courts: The Tension Between Criminal Justice and the Search for Truth, Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2004, 272 pp. (co-editor, with Shane Darcy).
  10. Encyclopaedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, Detroit etc.: Thomson Gale, 2004, 1458 pp. (associate editor, with Dinah Shelton, Howard Adelman, Frank Chalk and Alexandre Kiss).
  11. Accountability for Atrocity, Tokyo: UN University, 2007, 285 pp. (co-editor, with Ramesh Thakur and Edel Hughes).
  12. Capital Punishment: Strategies for Abolition, Tokyo: Akashi, 2009, 454 pp. (co- editor, with Peter Hodgkinson) (Japanese trans.).
  13. Sixing Lifa Gaige Zhuanti Yanjiu (‘Reform of the Death Penalty’), Beijing: China Legal Publishing House, 2009, 658 pp. (co-editor, with Zhao Bingzhi).
  14. Hacia la Abolitión Universal de la pena capital, Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2010, 565 pp. (co-editor, with Luis Arroyo & Paloma Biglino).
  15. Towards universal abolition of the death penalty, Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2010, 455 pp. (co-editor, with Luis Arroyo and Paloma Biglino).
  16. Routledge Handbook of International Criminal Law, London and New York: Routledge, 2010, 466 pp. (co-editor, with Nadia Bernaz).
  17. International Criminal Law, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 2012, Vol. I, 975 pp., Vol. II, 875 pp., Vol. III, 901 pp.
  18. New Challenges for the UN Human Rights Machinery, What Future for the UN Treaty Body System and the Human Rights Council Procedures?, Antwerp: Intersentia, 2011, xx, 480 pp. (co-editor, with M. Cherif Bassiouni).
  19. Ashgate Research Companion to International Criminal Law: Critical Perspectives, Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2013, xlv, 558 pp. (co-editor, with Yvonne McDermott and Niamh Hayes).
  20. Contra el espanto, Por la abolitión de la pena de muerte, Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2012, 576 pp. (co-editor, with Luis Arroyo and Paloma Biglino).
  21. International Criminal Justice, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2012, 256 pp. (co-editor, with Gideon Boas and Michael Scharf).
  22. International Courts and Tribunals, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2014, 936 pp.
  23. The Global Community, Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence, Global Trends: Law, Policy & Justice, Essays in Honour of Professor Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo, New York: Oceana (Oxford University Press), 2013, xxi,
  24. 654 pp. (co-editor, with M. Cherif Bassiouni, Joanna Gomula, Paolo
  25. Mengossi, John G. Merrills, Rafael Nieto Navia, Anna Oriolo and Anna Vigorito).
  26. Death Penalty: A Cruel and Inhuman Punishment, La Mancha: Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2014, 150 pp. (co-editor, with L. Arroyo Zapatero and K. Takayama).
  27. Pena de muerte y Derechos Humanos, hacia la abolición universel, La Mancha: Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2014, 95 pp. (co-editor, with L. Arroyo Zapatero & Adán Nieto).
  28. 'For the Sake of Present and Future Generations': Essays on International Law, Crime and Justice in Honour of Roger Clark, Leiden/Boston: Brill Nijhoff, 2015, xxiv, 662 pp. (co-editor, with Suzannah Linton and Gerry Simpson).
  29. The Cambridge Companion to International Criminal Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016, 417 pp.
  30. The Legislative History of the International Criminal Court: Introduction, Analysis and Integrated Text, 2nd ed., The Hague: Brill, 2016, xlviiii, 1,574 (co-editor, with M. Cherif Bassiouni,).
  31. Elgar Handbook on International Courts and Tribunals, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2017, xxxviii, 512 pp. (co-editor, with Shannonbrooke Murphy).

 

 

 

Research reports:

  1. History of the Unemployment Insurance Act for the Commission of Inquiry on Unemployment Insurance (‘Forget Commission’), 1986 (with Robert St- Louis).
  2. Report of the Commission of Inquiry into Human Rights Violations in Rwanda, March 1993 (co-author).
  3. Commission sur le Burundi, Rapport, in La lettre hebdomadaire de la Fédération internationale des droits de l'homme, hors série no 190, July 1994 (co-author).
  4. Report on the Needs of the Judicial System in Rwanda, International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, December 1994 (co- author).
  5. ‘Rapport du Comité de la réforme de l'aide juridique’, Department of Justice, Québec, December 1995.
  6. ‘Non-refoulement’, in Office for Democratic Initiatives and Human Rights, Final Report, Expert Workshop on Human Rights and Counter-terrorism, February 2007, Doc. ODIHR.GAL/14/07, pp. 20-48.
  7. ‘‘Respect, Protect and Fulfil, A Human Rights-Based Approach to Peacebuilding and Reconciliation’, Border Action, March 2007 (with Peter Fitzmaurice).
  8. United Nations, Economic and Social Council, ‘Capital punishment and implementation of the safeguards guaranteeing protection of the rights of those facing the death penalty, Report of the Secretary-General’, UN Doc. E/2010/10.
  9. Crimes against Humanity in Western Burma: The Situation of the Rohingyas’, Irish Centre for Human Rights, May 2010 (with Nancie Prud’homme & Joseph Powderly).
  10. United Nations, Economic and Social Council, ‘Capital punishment and implementation of the safeguards guaranteeing protection of the rights of those facing the death penalty, Report of the Secretary-General’, UN Doc. E/2015/49.

 

 

Articles, book chapters:

  1. ‘Canadian Policy in Cyprus’, (1983) I:2 Hellenic Studies/Etudes hélleniques 35- 44.
  2. ‘Le renaissance du bref d'habeas corpus sous la Charte canadienne des droits et libertés’, (1990) 50 Revue du Barreau 409-430.
  3. ‘The Greek Diaspora and Canadian Law’, in John M. Fossey, ed., Proceedings of the First International Congress on the Hellenic Diaspora from Antiquity to Modern Times, Vol. II, Amsterdam: Gieben, 1991, pp. 339-351.
  4. ‘The Omission of the Right to Property in the International Covenants’, in (1991) 4 Hague Yearbook of International Law 135-160.
  5. ‘Substantive and Procedural Issues in the Ratification by Canada of the American Convention on Human Rights’, (1991) 12 Human Rights Law Journal 405-413.
  6. ‘La Charte canadienne des droits et libertés et le droit international: les enseignements de la Cour suprême dans les affaires Keegstra, Andrews et Taylor’, (1989-90) 6 Revue québécoise du droit international 12-25 (with Daniel Turp).
  7. ‘Kindler and Ng: Our Supreme Magistrates Take a Frightening Step into the Court of Public Opinion’, (1991) 51 Revue du Barreau 673-682.
  8. ‘Extradition et la peine de mort: le Canada renvoie deux fugitifs au couloir de la mort’, (1992) 4 Revue universelle des droits de l'homme 65-70.
  9. ‘Les recours internationaux en matière des droits de la personne’, in Actes du Congrès du Barreau de Québec, 1992, Cowansville, Éditions Yvon Blais, 1992, pp. 855-880.
  10. ‘La Charte devant les tribunaux administratifs: avantages et inconvénients’, in Actes de la 3ième journée en droit social et du travail, La Charte et les tribunaux administratifs: enjeux dans les domaines de droit social et du travail, Cowansville, Éditions Yvon Blais, 1992, pp. 83-98.
  11. ‘Kindler v. Canada’, (1993) 87 American Journal of International Law 128-133. ‘Le rôle du droit européen dans la jurisprudence des tribunaux canadiens’,
  12. (1991-92) 7 Revue québécoise du droit international 235-245.
  13. ‘International Norms on Execution of the Insane and of the Mentally Retarded’, (1993) 4 Criminal Law Forum 95-117.
  14. ‘Greece, Eastern Europe and the Implementation of International Human Rights Norms: Challenges of the 1990s’, in T.A. Couloumbis & T.M. Veremis, The Southeast European Yearbook 1991, Athens: Hellenic Foundation for Defence and Foreign Policy, 1992, pp. 209-224.
  15. ‘Les réserves des États-Unis d'Amérique aux articles 6 et 7 du Pacte international relatif aux droits civils et politiques’, (1994) 6 Revue universelle des droits de l'homme 137-150.
  16. ‘Article 64’, in L.E. Pettiti, E. Decaux & P.-H. Imbert, eds., La Convention européenne des droits de l'homme, commentaire article par article, Paris: Economica, 1995, at pp. 923-944.
  17. ‘Soering's Legacy: the Human Rights Committee and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council Take a Walk Down Death Row’, (1994) 43 International and Comparative Law Quarterly 913-924.
  18. ‘Case Comment: Pratt and Morgan v. Jamaica’, (1994) 5 Criminal Law Forum 180-193.
  19. ‘La Convention contre la torture, le Comité contre la torture et le traitement des personnes psychiatrisées’, (1994) Revue canadienne droit et société/Canadian Journal of Law and Society 145-162.
  20. ‘Le Règlement de preuve et de procédure du Tribunal international chargé de poursuivre les personnes présumées responsables de violations graves du droit international humanitaire commises sur le territoire de l'ex- Yougoslavie depuis 1991’, (1993-94) 8 Revue québécoise du droit international 112-119.
  21. ‘La crise yougoslave: Les tentatives internationales de protection des minorités’, in Emmanuel Decaux & Alain Pellet, eds., Nationalités, minorités et successions d'états en Europe de l'est, Paris: Montchréstien, 1996, at pp. 273-287.
  22. ‘Reservations to International Human Rights Treaties’, (1995) 32 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 39-81.
  23. ‘Le droit à l'intégrité physique’, in Frédéric Sudre et al., eds., La protection des droits de l'homme par le Comité des droits de l'homme des Nations Unies, Les communications individuelles, Montpellier: Institut de droit européen des droits de l'homme, 1995, at pp. 108-129.
  24. ‘Free Speech on Campus: Lessons from International and Comparative Law’, (1995) 44 University of New Brunswick Law Journal 111-117.
  25. ‘L'universalité des droits de la personne: le bilan des instruments canadien et québécois’, in Carrefour: Philosophie et Droit, Actes du Colloque DIKE, Montréal, ACFAS, 1995, pp. 109-120.
  26. ‘Reservations to the Convention on the Rights of the Child’, (1995) 18 Human Rights Quarterly 472-491.
  27. ‘Is the United States Still a Party to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights?’, (1995) 21 Brooklyn Journal of International Law 277-325.
  28. ‘South Africa's Constitutional Court Outlaws the Death Penalty’, (1995) 16
  29. Human Rights Law Journal 133-148.
  30. ‘The Death Penalty for Crimes Committed by Persons Under Eighteen Years of Age’, in Eugen Verhellen, ed., Monitoring Children's Rights, Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, 1996, at pp. 603-619.
  31. ‘International Legal Aspects of Capital Punishment’, in Peter Hodgkinson & Andrew Rutherford, eds., Capital Punishment: Global Issues and Prospects, London: Waterside Press, 1996, at pp. 17-44.
  32. ‘Le Rwanda, le Burundi, et la maladie d'impunité’, in Raymond Verdier, Emmanuel Decaux & Jean-Pierre Chrétien, eds., Rwanda: Un génocide du XXe siècle, Paris: Éditions L'Harmattan, 1995, at pp. 115-124.
  33. ‘Génocide, autodétermination et protection des minorités: La prévention des conflits ethniques en Afrique’, in Canada, Department of Foreign Affairs, Rencontre internationale francophone, Prévention des conflits : Perspective africaine, Actes de la rencontre, pp. 174-197.
  34. ‘Battling Impunity for Genocide in Underdeveloped States: The Crisis in Rwandese  Justice’,  Occasional  Paper,  International  Centre  for  Human Rights and Democratic Development, 1996.
  35. ‘Abolition of the Death Penalty in Africa’, in William A. Schabas, ed., Sourcebook on the Abolition of the Death Penalty, Boston: Northeastern University Press, 1997, at pp. 30-65.
  36. ‘Universal Norms and International Tribunals: The Case of Cruel Treatment and the Death Row Phenomenon’, in Thomas J. Schoenbaum, Junji Nakagawa & Linda Reif, eds., Trilateral Perspectives on International Legal Issues: From Theory into Practice, Irvington, New York: Transnational Publishers, 1998, at pp. 173-208.
  37. ‘Détention et poursuites judiciaires au Canada’, in Jean-François Dupaquier, ed., La justice internationale face au drame rwandais, Paris: Karthala, 1996, at pp. 193-204.
  38. ‘Les recours individuels en droit international des droits de la personne: problèmes et perspectives’, Proceedings of the 1995 Conference of the Canadian Council on International Law, at pp. 96-104.
  39. ‘Dimensions juridiques et judiciaires des droits de l'homme’, Collection of Lectures, International Institute of Human Rights, 27th Study Session, Strasbourg, 1996, at pp. 75-100.
  40. ‘L'universalité des droits de l'homme : ébauche d'un bilan du système interaméricain’, Cahiers de l'Institut du droit européen des droits de l'homme, Montpellier, 1996, pp. 6-12.
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330. ‘A Step to Universal Abolition of the Death Penalty: Protocol No. 6 to the European Convention’, in Olivier Delas and Michaela Leuprecht, eds., Liber Amicorum Peter Leuprecht, Brussels: Bruylant, 2012, pp. 297-320.

331. ‘The International Criminal Court: Struggling to Find its Way’, in Antonio Cassese, ed., Realizing Utopia, The Future of International Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 250-260.

332. ‘Transitional  Justice  and  the  Norms  of  International  Law’,  (2012)  110 Kokusaiho Gaiko Zassi, The Journal of International Law and Diplomacy 563- 587.

333. ‘Genocide’, in R. Wolfrum, ed., The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, Vol. IV, pp. 405- 414.

334. ‘Application of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide Case (Bosnia v. Herzegovina v. Serbia and Montenegro)’. in R. Wolfrum, ed., The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, Vol. I, pp. 469- 475.

335. ‘Genocide Convention Reservations (Advisory Opinion)’, in R. Wolfrum, ed., The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Public International Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, Vol. IV, pp. 414-419.

336. ‘International Criminal Court’, in The Global Community: Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence, 2010, Vol. I, New York: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 371-376.

337. ‘International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’, in The Global Community: Yearbook of International Law and Jurisprudence, 2010, Vol. I, New York: Oxford University Press, 2012, pp. 477-488.

338. ‘Freedom from Fear and the Human Right to Peace’, in David Keane and Yvonne McDermott, eds., The Challenge of Human Rights; Past, Present and Future, Cheltenham, UK and Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2012, pp. 36-51.

339. ‘International Tribunals’, in Catarina Krause & Martin Scheinin, eds., International Protection of Human Rights: A Textbook, 2nd revised ed., Turku/Abo: Abo Akademi University Institute for Human Rights, 2012, pp. 695-721.

340. ‘Transitional Justice and the African Experience’, (2011) 13 International Studies Review 564-570 (with Carla de Ycaza).

341. ‘Первые десять лет Mеждунapoднoгo yгoлobнoгo сyдa’, (2012) 2:3 Me®®y®apo®®oe ®ravocy®иe 5-16.

342. ‘Le génocide’, in Hervé Ascencio, Emmanuel Decaux & Alain Pellet, eds., Droit international pénal, 2nd ed., Paris: Editions A. Pedone, 2012, pp. 125-139.

343. ‘Building the Narrative: The UN Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone’, in Christian Delage and Peter Goodrich, eds., The Scene of the Mass Crime : History, Film and International Tribunals, Abingdon, UK: Routledge, 2013, pp. 23-40.

344. ‘Initiation of Investigations and Selection of Cases’, in Goran Sluiter, Håkan Friman, Suzannah Linton, Sergey Vasiliev and Salvatore Zappalà, eds., International Criminal Procedure, Principles and Rules, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013, pp. 131-170 (with M.M. deGuzman).

345. ‘The Short Arm of International Criminal Law’, in William Schabas, Yvonne McDermott and Niamh Hayes, eds., Ashgate Research Companion to International Criminal Law: Critical Perspectives, Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2013, pp. 387-405.

346. ‘What’s in a Word? Atrocity Crimes and the Genocide Label’, in Paul Levin ed., The Hugo Valentin Lectures VIII-IX, Uppsala: Uppsala University, 2013, pp 11-28.

347. ‘Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity: Clarifying the Relationship’, in H.G. van der Wilt, J. Vervliet, G.K. Sluiter and J.Th.M. Houwink ten Cate, eds., The Genocide Convention, The Legacy of 60 Years, Leiden/Boston: Martinus Nijhoff, 2012, pp. 3-14.

348. ‘The  Banality  of  International  Justice’,  (2013)  11  Journal of International Criminal Justice 545-551.

349. ‘The Contribution of the Eichmann Trial to International Law’, (2013) 26 Leiden Journal of International Law 667-699.

350. ‘International Criminal Law and Tribunals and Human Rights’, in Scott Sheeran and Sir Nigel Rodley, eds., Routledge Handbook of International Human Rights Law, London and New York: Routledge, 2013, pp. 215-230.

351. ‘Judicial Ethics at the International Criminal Tribunals’, in Vesselin Popovski, ed., International Rule of Law and Professional Ethics, Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2014, pp. 189-206.

352. ‘International Criminal Courts’, in Cesare P.R. Rpmanp. Karen J. Alter and Yuval Shany, eds., The Oxford Handbook of International Adjudication, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014, pp. 205-224.

353. ‘Travaux préparatoires of human rights instruments’, in André Alen, Veronique Joosten, Riet Leysen and Willem Verrijdt, eds., Liberae Cogitationes, Liber Amicorum Marc Bossuyt, Cambridge/Antwerp/Portland: Intersentia, 2013, pp. 579-590.

354. ‘Rights, History, and Turning Points’, in David Goutor and Stephen Heathorn, eds., Taking Liberties, A History of Human Rights in Canada, Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2013, pp. 261-271.

355. ‘Una vision a futura de la Corte Penal Internacional’, in Bernardo Sepúlveda Amor, ed., Nuevos Diálogos sobre la Justicia Internacional, Mexico City: Secretariá de Relaciones Exteriores, 2012, pp. 179-186.

356. ‘The Right to Life’, in Andrew Clapham and Paola Gaeta, eds., The Oxford Handbook of International Law in Armed Conflict, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014, pp. 365-386.

357. ‘The International Criminal Court at Ten’, in Andraž Zidar and Olympia Bekou, eds., Contemporary Challenges for the International Criminal Court, London : British Institute of International and Comparative Law, 2014, pp. 177-190.

358. ‘The United Nations War Crimes Commission’s Proposal for an International Criminal Court’, (2014) 25 Criminal Law Forum 171-189.

359. ‘Accountability for International Crimes – Special Tribunals and Referrals to the International Criminal Court’, in Jared Genser and Bruno Stago Ugarte, eds., The United Nations Security Council in the Age of Human Rights, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014, pp. 173-194.

360. ‘Partners in the Search for Truth: The Truth Commission and the Special Court’, in Elizabeth Andersen and David M. Crane, eds., Proceedings of the Sixth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs, Washington: American Society of International Law, 2013, pp. 155-170.

361. ‘Do the “Underlying Values” of the European Convention on Human Rights Begin in 1950?’, (2013) 33 Polish Yearbook of International Law 247-258.

362. ‘”Ethnic Cleansing” and Genocide: Similarities and Distinctions’, in Tove H. Malloy and Joseph Marko, eds., Minority Governance in and beyond Europe, Leiden/Boston: Brill Nijhoff, 2014, pp. 39-60.

363. ‘The Future of the United Nations Human Rights System’, in M. Cherif Bassiouni, ed., Globalization and Its Impact on the Future of Human Rights and International Criminal Justice, Antwerp: Intersentia, 2015, pp. 115- 122.

364. ‘Roger Clark: A Personal Tribute’, In Suzannah Linton, Gerry Simpson and William A. Schabas, eds., For the Sake of Future Generations, Essays on international law, crime and justice in Honour of Roger S. Clark, Leiden/Boston: Brill Nijhoff, 2015, pp. 12-20.

365. ‘Selecting Situations and Cases’, in Carsten Stahn, ed., The Law and Practice of the International Criminal Court, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, pp. 365-381.

366. ‘The Right to Life and the Law of Armed Conflict’, [2013] Russian Yearbook of International Law 210-238.

367. ‘Selecting Cases at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’, in Charles Jalloh and Alhagi B.M. Marong, eds., Promoting Accountability Under International Law for Gross Human Rights Violations in Africa, Leiden/Boston: Brill Nijhoff, 2015, pp. 58-70.

368. ‘The Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide and his Inscrutable Mandate’, in Charles Tiziki Majinge, ed., Rule of Law through Human Rights and International Criminal Justice, Essays in Honour of Adama Dieng, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2015, pp. 65-81.

369. ‘Looking Back: How the Founders considered Science and Progress in their Relation to Human Rights’, [2015] European Journal of Human Rights 504- 518.

370. ‘Article 6’, in Otto Triffterer and Kai Ambos, eds., Commentary on the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Observers’ Notes, Article by Article, 3rd edn., Munich: C.H. Beck, Hart Publishing, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, 2015, pp. 113-129, ‘Article 12’, in ibid., pp. 661- 678 (with Giulia Pecorella); Article 13, in ibid., pp. 679-691 (with Giulia Pecorella); ‘Article 17’, in ibid., pp. 771-821 (with Mohammed El-Zeidy); ‘Article 23’, in ibid., pp. 958-61 (with Kai Ambos); ‘Article 29’, in ibid., pp. 1099-1102; ‘Article 61’, in ibid., pp. 1481-1546 (with Eleni Chatidou and Mohamed El-Zeidy); ‘Article 63’, in ibid., pp. 1191-1198 (with Veronique Caruana); ‘Article 66’, in ibid., pp. 1632-1646 (with Yvonne McDermott); ‘Article 67’, in ibid., pp. 1647-1677 (with Yvonne McDermott); ‘Article 76’, in ibid., pp. 1867-1872 (with Kai Ambos); ‘Article 108’, in ibid., pp. 2203- 2208; ‘Article 109’, in ibid., pp. 2209-2213.

371. ‘The Katyn Forest Massacre and the Nuremberg Trial’, in Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Wui Ling, Song Tianying and Yi Ping, eds., Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 3, Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic Publishers, 2015, pp. 249-297.

372. ‘Atrocity Crimes (genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes)’, in William A. Schabas, The Cambridge Companion to International Criminal Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016, pp. 199-213.

373. ‘Genocídio’, in Sylvia Helena Steiner and Leonardo Nemer Caldeira Brandt, eds., O Tribunal Penal Internacional – Comentários ao Estatuto de Roma, Belo Horizonte: Del Rey Editora, 2016, pp. 137-160.

374. ‘State Obligations in Implementing Arrest Warrants’, in Richard H. Steinberg, ed., Contemporary Issues Facing the International Criminal Court, Leiden and Boston: Brill Nijhoff, 2016, pp. 112-123.

375. ‘La banalidad de la justicia internacional’, Revista interamericana de derecho internacional, no. 4.

376. ‘Aggression and International Human Rights Law’, in Claus Kreß and Stefan Barriga, eds., The Crime of Aggression: A Commentary, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017, pp. 351-371.

377. ‘Human rights treaties and capital punishment’, in Sébastien Touzé, ed., L’abolition universelle de la peine de mort, Actes du colloque des 9 et 11 octobre 2014, Paris: Pedone, 2016, pp. 135-141.

378. ‘General Principles, nullum crimen, and Accountability for International Crimes’, in Pia Acconci, David Donat Cattin, Antonio Marchesi, Giuseppe Palmisano and Valeria Santori, eds., International Law and the Protection of Humanity, Essays in Honour of Flavia Lattanzi, Leiden and Boston: Brill/Nijhoff, 2016, pp. 496-505.

379. ‘Introduction’, in William A. Schabas and Shannonbrooke Murphy, eds., Elgar Handbook on International Courts and Tribunals, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 2017, pp. 1-36.

380. ‘Interacting with Academic Institutions’, in Morten Bergsmo, Klaus Rackwitz and Song Tienyang, eds., Historical Origins of International Criminal Law: Volume 5, Brussels: Torkel Opsahl Academic Publishers, 2017, pp. 377*- 382.

381. ‘The Human Right to Peace’, (2017) 58 Harvard International Law Journal 28- 32.

382. ‘La Comisión de Crímenes de Guerra de las Naciones Unidas : Propuesta de una corte penal internacional’, in Roldán Jimeno Aranguren, ed., Justicia Transicional : Historia y Actualidad, Pamplona: Aranzadi, 2017, pp. 89-106.

383. ‘El Mahdi Has Been Convicted of a Crime He Did Not Commit’, (2017) 49 Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law 75-102.

384. ‘Nikolaos Politis and the Earliest Negotiation to Establish an International Criminal Court’, in Jean-Paul Jacqué, Florence Benoît-Rohmer, Panagiotis Grigoriou and Maria Daniella Marouda, eds., Liber Amicorum Stelios Perrakis, Athens: I. Sideris, 2017, pp. 167-177.

385. ‘Double Standards and the Quest for Justice’, in Samuel Totten, ed., Last Lectures on the Prevention and Intervention of Genocide, London and New York: Routledge, 2017, pp. 282-289.

386. ‘Defining enforced disappearance as a crime against humanity’, in Mylène Bideault, Mouloud Boumghar, Oliver de Frouville et Laurent Trigeaud, eds., Mélanges en l’honneur du professeur Emmanuel Decaux, Réciprocité et universalité, Sources et régimes du droit international des droits de l’homme, Paris : Editions Pédone, 2017, pp. 449-466.

387. ‘Genocide and the ICERD’, in David Keane and Annapurna Waughray, eds., Fifty years of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, A Living Instrument, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2017, pp. 169-181.

388. ‘The Use of Force in the Nicaraguan Cases’, in Edgardo Sobenes Obregon and Benjamin Samson, eds., Nicaragua Before the International Court of Justice, Springer International, 2017, pp. 305-326.

389. ‘Article 4 – Interdiction de la torture et des peines ou traitements inhumains ou dégradants’, in Fabrice Picod and Sébastien Van Drooghenbroeck, eds., Charte des droits fondamentaux de l’Union européenne, Commentaire article par article, Brussels: Bruylant, 2018, pp.103-114.

390. ‘International Prosecution of Sexual and Gender-Based Crimes Perpetrated During the First World War’, in Martin Böse, Michael Bohlander, André Klip ad Otto Lagodny, eds., Festschrift for Wolfgang Schomburg, Leiden: Brill, 2018, pp. 395-410.

391. ‘Strict Construction and the Rome Statute’, in Steven Dewulf, ed., la [CVDW], Liber Amicorum Chris Van den Wyngaert, Antwerp-Apeldoorn: Masklu, 2017, pp. 425-440.

392. ‘Principle  20.  Jurisdiction  of  International  and  Internationalized  Criminal Tribunals’, in Frank Haldemann and Thomas Unger, eds., The United Nations Principles to Combat Impunity, A Commentary, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018, pp. 219-225.

393. ‘Bilan’, in Olivier Beauvalet, ed., Dictionnaire encyclopédique de la justice pénale internationale, Boulogne-Billancourt, France: Berger-Levreaut, 2018, pp. 127-131.

394. ‘Time,  Justice,  and  Human  Rights :  Statutory  Limitation  on  the  Right  to Truth ?’, in Nanci Adler, ed., Understanding the Age of Transitional Justice: Crimes, Courts, Commissions, and Chronicling, Rutgers University Press: New Brunswick, NJ, 2018, pp. 37-55.

395. ‘The Balkan Investigation’, in David M Crane, Leila N. Sadat and Michael P. Scharf, eds., The Founders, Four Pioneering Individuals who Launched the

396. First Modern-Era International Criminal Tribunals, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2018, pp. 44-51.

397. ‘Fragmentation or Stabilisation? Recent Case Law on the Crime of Genocide in Light of the 2007 Judgment of the International Court of Justice’, in Chile Eboe-Osuji and Engobo Emeseh, eds., Nigerian Yearbook of International Law 2017, The Hague: Springer, 2018, pp. 213-238.

398. ‘Nuremberg and Aggressive War’, in Leila Nadya Sadat, ed., Seeking Accountability for the Unlawful Use of Force, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018, pp. 58-79.

399. ‘Dreptul omului la Pace’, in Aurora Ciucă, ed., 100 de ani de Gândire Juridică Românescă Vespasian V. Pella și dezvoltarea Dreptului Penal Internațional si Național, Iași : Editura Universității Alexandru Ioan Cuza, 2018, pp, 34- 38.

400. ‘Prevention of Crimes Against Humanity’, (2018) 16 Journal of International Criminal Justice 702-728.

401. “The Right to Truth: When Does it Begin?”, in Fannie Lafontaine and François Larocque, eds., Doing Peace the Rights Way, Essays in International Law and Relations in Honour of Louise Arbour, Cambridge/Antwerp/Chicago: Intersentia, 2019 pp. 37-52.

 

 

Book reviews:

  1. David McClean, International Judicial Assistance, (1994) 5 Criminal Law Forum
  2. Walter Tarnopolsky, & Joyce Whitman, eds., Discrimination in the Law and the Administration of Justice, (1994) 31 Canadian Bar Review 118.
  3. Yael Danieli, Nigel S. Rodley & Lars Weisaeth, eds., International Responses to Traumatic Stress: Humanitarian, Human Rights, Justice, Peace, and Development Contributions, Collaborative Actions, and Future Initiatives, (1995) 33 Canadian Yearbook of International Law 479-481.
  4. Yoram Dinstein & Mala Tabory, eds., War Crimes in International Law, (1997) 91 American Journal of International Law 570-571.
  5. Desmond H. Brown, ed., The Birth of a Criminal Code, the Evolution of Canada's Justice System, (1997) 76 Canadian Bar Review 268-271.
  6. Patrick Brode, Casual Slaughters and Accidental Judgments, Canadian War Crimes Prosecutions, 1944-1948, (1998-99) 68 University of Toronto
  7. Quarterly 550-552.
  8. Paul J. Magnarella, Justice in Africa, Rwanda’s Genocide, Its Courts, and the UN Criminal Tribunal; Aleksandar Fatic, Reconciliation via the War Crimes Tribunal?, (2000) 3:2 Conflict 6-7.
  9. Howard J. De Nike, John Quigley & Kenneth J. Robinson, Genocide in Cambodia: Documents from the Trial of Pol Pot and Ieng Sary, (2001) 23 Human Rights Quarterly 470-477.
  10. Richard Goldstone, For Humanity. Reflections of a War Crimes Investigator, (2001) 95 American Journal of International Law 742-744.
  11. Richard May & Marieke Wierda, International Criminal Evidence, (2003) 24
  12. Michigan Journal of International Law 887-892.
  13. Roger Hood, The Death Penalty, A Worldwide Perspective, (2003) 38 Irish Juristn.s. 393-395.
  14. David Hirsh, Law Against Genocide, Cosmopolitan Trials, (2005) 32 Journal of Law and Society 340-343.
  15. Michael Mann, The Dark Side of Democracy: Explaining Ethnic Cleansing, (2006) 82 International Affairs 384-385.
  16. Marlies Glasius, The International Criminal Court: A Global Civil Society Achievement,   Open            Democracy,     17        February          2006 (http://www.opendemocracy.net/globalization- institutions_government/icc_3278.jsp).
  17. Kevin Boyle, ed., Mary Robinson, A Voice for Human Rights, (2008) 30 Human Rights Quarterly 209–211.
  18. John Quigley, The Genocide Convention, An International Law Analysis, (2007) 56 International & Comparative Law Quarterly 960-962.
  19. Roger Hood & Carolyn Hoyle, The Death Penalty, A Worldwide Perspective, (2009) 31 Human Rights Quarterly 537-540.
  20. David T. Johnson & Franklin E. Zimring, The Next Frontier: National Development, Political Change and the Death Penalty in Asia, (2010) 10 Asia Policy 198-201.
  21. Hirad Abtahi & Philippa Webb, eds., The Genocide Convention: The Travaux Préparatoires, (2010) 104 American Journal of International Law 318-324.
  22. M. Lewis, ‘The Birth of the New Justice, The Internationalization of Crime and Punishment, 1919–1950’, (2015) 62 Netherlands International Law Review 191-194.
  23. Amal Alamuddin, Nidal Nabil Jurdi and David Tolbert, eds., The Special Tribunal for Lebanon, (2015) 58 German Yearbook of International Law 523-526.
  24. Ian O’Donnell, Justice, Mercy, and Caprice: Clemency and the Death Penalty in Ireland, [2018] 58 Irish Jurist 161-162.

 

 

Miscellaneous publications:

  1. ‘The U.N. Decade on International Law’, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Council of International Law, 1992, pp. 202-204.
  2. ‘Atrocities and the Law’, Canadian Lawyer, August-September 1993, pp. 33-36. ‘Ed Broadbent et la crise rwandaise : un rapport qui mérite d'être défendu’, La
  3. Presse, 14 September 1994, p. B3 (with André Paradis).
  4. ‘Still a Way to Go on Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Inroads, Summer 1994, pp. 156-163.
  5. ‘International Law and the Death Penalty’, (1994) 22 American Journal of Criminal Law 250-253.
  6. ‘International Law and the Death Penalty’, in The Machinery of Death, New York: Amnesty International USA, 1995, pp. 22-28.
  7. ‘Aide judiciaire - une nouvelle partie intégrante de l'aide humanitaire’, interview with Emma Bonino, (1995) 7 Revue universlle des droits de l'homme 153-157.
  8. ‘La répression des crimes contre l'humanité’, Relations, September 1995, pp. 217-219.
  9. ‘Canada's International Obligations: Protecting Minority Rights’, The Network/Le Réseau, Spring 1996, pp. 13-14.
  10. ‘Why Canada should sponsor the Italian resolution on the death penalty in the fifty-first U.N. General Assembly’, [1996] Bulletin of the Canadian Council on International Law, Vol. 22, No. 3, pp. 3-5.
  11. ‘Rwanda should abandon use of death penalty’, The Gazette, February 19, 1997.
  12. ‘Pardon, réconciliation et impunité’, Relations, April 1997, pp. 89-91. ‘Justice, Impunity and Accountability in Rwanda’, Inroads, Spring 1997, pp. 130-139.
  13. ‘Punishing International Criminals’, International Criminal Court Monitor, No. 6, November 1997, pp. 5, 10.
  14. ‘Children in Armed Conflict: Norms of International Humanitarian Law’, Canadian Human Rights Foundation Newsletter, Vol. XII, No. 2, pp. 1-2, 4. ‘International Criminal Court - In the Home Stretch’, Human Rights Tribune, April, 1998, Vol. 5, Nos. 1-2, pp. 6-7.
  15. ‘La sentence et l'exécution de la peine’, in Commission nationale consultative des droits de l'homme, 1997. La Lutte contre le racisme et la xenophobie, Exclusion et droits de l'Homme, Paris: La documentation française, 1998, pp. 242-248.
  16. ‘Stanley Ryerson and Québec's Enigma’, Direction, Vol. 3, No. 17, May 7, 1998.
  17. ‘Carter Center Symposium on the Death Penalty - 24 July 1997’, (1998) 14 Georgia State University Law Review 329, at pp. 427-442.
  18. ‘Helping the executioner’, The Montreal Gazette, 10 August 1998, p. B3. ‘Clémence et vérité historique’, Ubutabera, No. 46, 28 September 1998. ‘Pinochet Should be Held Accountable’, The Montreal Gazette, Oct. 28, 1998. ‘The Greatest Crime’, The Washington Times, 7 December 1998, p. A19. ‘Justice was Served’, The Montreal Gazette, 26 December 1998, p. B9.
  19. ‘Tell-tale signs of slaughter’, The National Post, 26 March 1999, p. A18. ‘Pinochet Case a Human-Rights Victory’, The Montreal Gazette, 27 March 1999,p. B5.
  20. ‘NATO Scores a Direct Hit in The Hague’, The National Post, 3 June 1999, p. A18.
  21. ‘Louise Arbour Will be Missed in The Hague’, The National Post, 11 June 1999, p. A18.
  22. ‘Looking for Justice in Cambodia’, The National Post, 23 September 1999, p. A18.
  23. ‘Remarks on Abolition of the Death Penalty’, (1999) 67 Fordham Law Review 2808-2817.
  24. ‘A Deadly Silence’, Hope Magazine, Fall 1999, No. 20, pp. 22-25. ‘Rwanda five years after the genocide’, Inroads, 1999, pp. 205-214. ‘The Lessons of Genocide’, The Ottawa Citizen, 7 December 1999.
  25. ‘When There’s No Forgetting’, Irish Red Cross Review, Vol. I, No. 1, March 2000.
  26. ‘Armenians and the ‘G’-word’, Conference on Human Rights Issuesin the Eastern Mediterranean and Asia Minor, Toronto: Hellenic Canadian Federation of Ontario, 2000, pp.55-62.
  27. ‘Droit international des droits de la personne: Source incontournable d’inspiration pour la Cour suprême du Canada’, Canadian Issues/Thèmes canadiens, Spring 2000, pp. 14-16.
  28. ‘Should Khmer Rouge Leaders be Prosecuted for Genocide or Crimes Against Humanity?’, Searching for the Truth, No. 22, October 2001 [in Khmer].
  29. ‘Human Rights and Terrorism’, Human Rights Tribune, Vol. 8, No. 2, p. 39. ‘Human Rights and Terrorism’, The Lawyers Weekly, Vol. 22, No. 21, p. 6. ‘Human Rights and the Reaction to Terrorism’, The Advocate, Vol. 59, No. 6, pp. 905-906.
  30. ‘Human Rights and the Reaction to Terrorism’, in No War, Tokyo, 2001, pp. 141-144 [in Japanese].
  31. ‘Genocide: New Interpretations of an Old Crime’, (2002) 14 Interights Bulletin 35-36.
  32. ‘Another Step Towards Universal Abolition Taken by the European Court of Human Rights’, International Bar Association Committee 19 News, June 2003, pp. 11-12.
  33. ‘Preface’, in Luc Reydams, Universal Jurisdiction, International and Municipal Legal Perspectives, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003, pp. ix-xii.
  34. ‘Indonesia must abolish the death penalty’, Jakarta Post, 4 January 2005.  ‘The right to life: The death penalty’, in Rhona K.M. Smith & Christien van den Anker, eds., The essentials of… Human Rights, London: Hodder Arnold, 2005, pp. 238-242.
  35. ‘Freedom from genocide’, in Rhonda K.M. Smith & Christien van den Anker, eds., The essentials of… Human Rights, London: Hodder Arnold, 2005, pp. 140-143.
  36. ‘Conspiracy, in Dinah Shelton et al., eds., Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, Detroit etc.: Thompson Gale, 2005, pp. 200-202.
  37. ‘Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Genocide’, in Dinah Shelton et al., eds., Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, Detroit etc.: Thompson Gale, 2005, pp. 204-205.
  38. ‘Crimes Against Humanity’, in Dinah Shelton et al., eds., Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, Detroit etc.: Thompson Gale, 2005, pp. 209-216.
  39. ‘Witch-hunts’, in Dinah Shelton et al., eds., Encyclopedia of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, Detroit etc.: Thompson Gale, 2005, p. 881.
  40. ‘The Influence of International law and International Tribunals on Harmonized or Hybrid Systems of Criminal Procedure’, Panel discussion moderated by Leila Sadat, (2005) 4 Washington University Global Studies Law Review 651-674.
  41. ‘Does Saddam Hussein Have a Right to Represent Himself?’, pp. 87-88; ‘Should Saddam Hussein Be Exposed to the Death Penalty?’, pp. 104-105; ‘Resignation Casts Terrible Pall over Tribunal’, p. 138; ‘Shouldn’t Saddam Hussein Be Prosecuted for the Crime of Aggression?’, pp. 225-227, in Michael P. Scharf & Gregory S. McNeal, eds., Saddam on Trial, Understanding and Debating the Iraqi High Tribunal, Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press, 2006.
  42. ‘Preventing Genocide and Mass Killing, From a Culture of Reaction to prevention’, UN Chronicle, Vol. XLIII, No. 1, pp. 62-64.
  43. ‘Commentary: But We Should Be Careful About How We Define “Guilt”’, Europe’s World, Autumn 2006, pp. 125-127.
  44. ‘Helen Fein and the Sociological Definition of Genocide’, in Joyce Apsel & Barbara Harff, eds., essays in Honour of Helen Fein, New York: International Association of Genocide Scholars, 2007, pp. 57-61.
  45. ‘Préface’, in Nadia Bernaz, Le droit international et la peine de mort, Paris: La documentation française, 2008, pp. 5-8.
  46. ‘Introduction’, in Raphael Lemkin, Axis Rule in Occupied Europe, Clark, NJ: Lawbook Exchange, 2008, pp. viii-xvi.
  47. ‘Préface’, in Alexandre Morin, Le droit à l’égalité au Canada, Montreal : LexisNexis, 2008, pp. vii-x.
  48. ‘The Genocide Convention at 60’, Crimes of War project website, 6 February 2009, http://www.crimesofwar.org/onnews/news-schabas.html
  49. ‘Werfel, Musa Dagh, and the Armenian Genocide’, in Adam Jones, ed., Evoking Genocide, Scholars and Activists Describe the Works That Shaped their Lives, Toronto: Key Publishing, 2009, pp. 32-34.
  50. ‘Foreword’, in Michael R. Marrus, Some Measure of Justice, The Holocaust Era Restitution Campaign of the 1990s, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2009, pp. ix-xv.
  51. ‘Ausweitung der Kampfzone, Allzweickwaffe mit Nebenwirkungen: Diue Gesichte des Genozid-Begriffs’, (2010) 1 Internationale Politik 23-27.
  52. ‘Human Rights, Capital Punishment and the EU-China Relationship’, (2010) 6 EU China Observer 8-12.
  53. ‘Commentary on: Environment and Natural Resources’, in Noëlle Quinivet & Shilan Shah-Davis, eds., International Law and Armed Conflict, Challenges in the 21st Century, The Hague: TMC Asser Press, 2010, pp. 182-186; ‘Commentary on: Children in Armed Conflict’, in ibid., pp. 283-287.
  54. ‘What is Genocide? What are the Gaps in the Convention? How to Prevent Genocide?’, (2010) 47(2) Politorbis Journal 33-47.
  55. ‘Foreword’, in Robert J. Currie, International and Transnational Criminal Law, Toronto: Irwin Law, 2010, pp. xix-xxiii.
  56. ‘From the Holocaust to the Genocide Convention: A Human Rights Learning Process’, in Rainer Huhle, ed., Human Rights History, A Challenge for Education, Berlin: Stifftung EVZ, 2010, pp. 50-61.
  57. ‘Foreword’, in Tom Obokata, Transnational Organized Crime in International Law, Oxford & Portland, OR: Hart Publishing, 2010, pp. v-vii.
  58. ‘The Residential Schooling Divide’, Literary Review of Canada, Vol. 18, No. 9, November 2010, pp. 3-5.
  59. ‘Incorporating the crime of aggression: a giant step for the Court, and for international law’, EQ: EQuality of Arms Review, Vol. 2, Issue 2, November 2010, pp. 26-28.
  60. ‘Preface’, in Ludovic Hennebel and Thomas Hochmann, eds., Genocide Denials and the Law, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011, pp. xiii-xvi.
  61. ‘Human rights, capital punishment and the Commonwealth: still behind the curve’, Opinions, January 2012, 12 pp.
  62. ‘Put North Korea on Trial’, International Herald Tribune, 26 April 2012 (with Sir Geoffrey Nice).
  63. ‘International criminal courts’, in George Ritzer, ed., The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization, Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012, pp. 1114-1118 (with Yvonne McDermott).
  64. ‘Preface’, in Chantal Meloni and Gianni Tognoni, eds., Is There a Court for Gaza? A Test Bench for International Justice, The Hague: TMC Asser Press, 2012, pp. v-x.
  65. ‘Put North Korea on Trial’, The New York Times and The International Herald Tribune, 25 May 2012 (with Sir Geoffrey Nice QC).
  66. ‘Preface’, in Margaret Eastwood, The Nuremberg Trial of Julius Streicher, The Crime of “Incitement to Genocide”, Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2011, pp. i-ii.
  67. ‘Presentation of the Quinquennial Report on Capital Punishment and implementation of the safeguards guaranteeing protection of the rights of those facing the death penalty, 2010’, [2009-10] Cahiers de défense sociale 67-73.
  68. ‘Sobre el Informe del Secretario General de Naciones Unidas de diciembre de 2010’, in Luis Arroyo, Paloma Biglino & William Schabas, eds., Contra el espanto, Por la abolitión de la pena de muerte, Valencia: Tirant lo Blanch, 2012, pp. 69-80.
  69. ‘Preface’, in Fannie Lafontaine, Prosecuting Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes in Canadian Courts, Toronto: Carswell, 2012, vii- ix.
  70. ‘Why is There a Need for a Convention for Crimes Against Humanity?’, in Elizabeth Anderson and David M. Crane, eds., Proceedings of the Fifth International Humanitarian Law Dialogs, Washington: American Society of International Law, 2012, pp. 251-270.
  71. ‘Foreword’, in Chile Eboe-Osuji, International Law and Sexual Violence in Armed Conflicts, Leiden and Boston: Martinus Nijhoff, 2012, xv-xvii.
  72. ‘Foreword’, in Mohamed Elewa Badar, The Concept of mens rea in International Criminal Law, Oxford: Hart, 2013, pp. ix-xi.
  73. ‘Capital Punishment in a Time of Transition’ in Madoka Futamura and Nadia Bernaz, eds., The Politics of the Death Penalty in Countries in Transition, London and New York: Routledge, 2014, pp. 217-222.
  74. ‘Foreword’, in Charles Cherner Jalloh, ed., The Sierrra Leone Special Court and its Legacy, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014, xxv-xxviii.
  75. ‘La Cour de Cassation refuse d’extrader pour crime de génocide’, (2014) 8 La Nuit rwandaise 183-186.
  76. “Les « nouveaux crimes » de la turquie”’, (2015) 147 Politique international 323-330.
  77. ‘Universal Abolition of Capital Punishment is Drawing Nearer’, International Affairs Forum, Vol. 6, Issue 1, 12-14.
  78. ’Crimes Against Humanity and the Armenian Genocide’, in Tigran Movseyan, ed., Against the Crime of Genocide, Yerevan: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia, 2016, pp. 51-55.
  79. ‘Quelques réflexions sur les commission d’enquête, Entrevue avec William A. Schabas’, in Julia Grigon, ed.., Hommage à Jean Pictet, Montréal: Éditions Yvon Blais, 2016, pp. 485-492.
  80. ‘Préface’, in Christophe Deprez, L’Applicabilité des droits humains à l’action de la Cour pénale internationale, Brussels: Bruylant, 2016, pp. xv-xviii.
  81. ‘Preface’, in Brian R. Farrell, Habeas Corpus in International Law, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2016, pp. ix-xii.
  82. ‘Foreword’, in Richard Lines, Drug Control and Human Rights in International Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017, pp. xiii-xv.
  83. ‘Foreword’, in Tatiana Bachvarova, The Standing of Victims in the Procedural Design of the International Criminal Court, Leiden: Brill/Nijhoff, 2017, pp. xi-xiv.
  84. ‘Why are Chemical Weapons Worse than Other Weapons of Mass Destruction’, The Guardian, 25 April 2018.
  85. ‘Heroes have the Whole Earth for their Tomb’, in JL. de la Cuesta, R. Ottenhof and J.-F. Thony, eds., M. Cherif Bassiouni (1937-2017), Cherif’s Friends, In Memoriam, Siracusa, 2018, pp. 77-78.

 

Blogs:

  1. ‘Doctoral studies in human rights’, www.humanrightsdoctorate.blogspot.com, since July 2007, approximately 200 entries per year, regularly consulted or cited by international journalists, judges and scholars.
  2. ‘Kampala Review Conference of the International Criminal Court’
  3. .www.iccreviewconference.blogspot.com, May-June 2010, source of daily information and commentary on the Review Conference, regularly consulted or cited by participants, journalists, observers and scholars.

 

 

Translations:

  1. P.A. Côté, Interpretation of Legislation in Canada, Cowansville: Éditions Yvon Blais, 1984 (with Katherine Lippel & John Philpot)
  2. P.A. Côté, Interpretation of Legislation in Canada, 2nd. ed., Cowansville: Éditions Yvon Blais, 1992.
  3. Pierre-Yves Bourdeau & Claudine Roy, Annotated Unemployment Insurance Act and Regulations, 3rd ed., Toronto, Butterworths, 1994.

 

 

Conference Papers, Lectures:

  1. ‘The Rights of the Handicapped in Canadian Law’, Annual Meeting of the Canadian Library Association, Québec City, 15 June 1986.
  2. ‘International Law and the Practitioner’, Annual Meeting of the Canadian Council of International Law, Ottawa, 18 October 1988.
  3. ‘Media Access to Public Inquiry Commissions’, Canadian Institution for the Administration of Justice, Winnipeg, 18 August 1990.
  4. ‘The Occupied Territories and the Fourth Geneva Convention’, United Nations Conference of NGOs on Palestine, Montréal, 20 June 1991.
  5. ‘La Charte québécoise après 15 ans’, Commission des droits de la personne du Québec, Montréal, 9 December 1991.
  6. ‘International Human Rights Law and the Canadian Charter’, Canadian Bar Association (Ontario), Toronto, 20 January 1992.
  7. ‘La disposition préliminaire du Code civil du Québec’, Symposium on the new Civil Code of Quebec, Université du Québec à Montréal, Département des sciences juridiques, 2 April 1992.
  8. ‘Le pillage de Chypre, la protection du patrimoine culturel et le droit international’, University of Montréal, 6 April 1992.
  9. ‘The Death Penalty and the Mentally Ill’, Congress of the Academy of Law and Mental Health, Vancouver, 25 June 1992.
  10. ‘Violence gouvernementale et normes internationales’, Second World Congress on Violence and Human Coexistence, Montreal, 14 July 1992.
  11. ‘Le droit européen des droits de l'homme et la jurisprudence canadienne’, Joint annual meeting of the Société française pour le droit international and the Société québécoise du droit international, Montréal, 7 October 1992.
  12. ‘Use of International Human Rights Law Before the Canadian Courts’, Annual meeting of lawyers in the Department of Justice, Ottawa, 17 November 1992.
  13. ‘Le Tribunal des droits de la personne du Québec et le droit international des droits de la personne’, Quebec Human Rights Tribunal, Montreal, 12 January 1993.
  14. ‘Le droit international des droits de la personne et la police’, Canadian Police College, Ottawa, 15 April 1993.
  15. ‘Les instruments internationaux et régionaux en matière de droit de l'homme: contenu, effet, utilisation par les commissaires, application au Canada (eu égard au droit international et au droit constitutionnel)’, Immigration and Refugee Board, Quebec City, 3 May 1993.
  16. ‘The Committee Against Torture and Detention of Psychiatric Patients’, Annual Congress of the Academy of Law and Mental Health, Lisbon, 12 June 1993.
  17. ‘Abolition of the Death Penalty in International Law’, Commission on Abolition of the Death Penalty, Amnesty International, Boston, 6 August 1993
  18. ‘Abolition of the Death Penalty in International Law’, Research Centre for International Law, Cambridge University, 5 November 1993.
  19. ‘Reservations by the United States to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights’, Congress of the League for Abolition of the Death Penalty by the Year 2000, Brussels, 10 December 1993.
  20. ‘Le droit international et la jurisprudence du Tribunal des droits de la personne du Québec’, Tribunal des droits de la personne du Québec, Montréal, 11 January 1994.
  21. ‘Le Règlement de procédure et de preuve du Tribunal international sur les crimes de guerre dans l'ex-Yugoslavie’, Symposium on recent developments in humanitarian law, Université du Québec à Montréal, Montréal, 7 April 1994.
  22. ‘L'universalité des droits de l'homme’, Association canadienne-française pour l'avancement de la science, Montréal, 17 May 1994.
  23. ‘The Insanity Defence before the International Tribunal on War Crimes in the Former Yugoslavia’, Congress of the Academy of Law and Mental Health, Montréal, 16 June 1994.
  24. ‘La crise yougoslave: Les tentative internationales de protection des minorités’, Centre de droit international de Paris X Nanterre and the Société tchèque de droit international, Prague, 24 September 1994.
  25. ‘La crise rwandais de 1984: les perspectives politiques’, 1ères rencontres de Verdun, CERDIP (Université de Nancy II), Verdun, France, 29 October 1994.
  26. ‘The role of the international community in the Rwanda crisis’, Canadian Council for Refugees, Montreal, 24 November 1994.
  27. ‘Execution of juveniles: article 37 of the Convention on the Rights of the Child’, European Conference ‘Monitoring Children's Rights’, Ghent, Belgium, 13 December 1994.
  28. ‘International Legal Developments on the Death Penalty’, Faculty of Law, University of Westminster, London, 15 December 1994.
  29. ‘Le principe des élections libres’, AUPELF-UREF Research Group on International Electoral Law, Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, 9 January 1995.
  30. ‘Le droit à l'autodétermination, la sécession et la situation au Soudan’, Symposium ‘Solutions pour le Soudan’, Université du Québec à Montréal, 10 February 1995.
  31. ‘The South African Constitutional Court and Abolition of the Death Penalty’, International Secretariat of Amnesty International, London, 23 February 1995.
  32. ‘The United Nations and the Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Symposium on ‘The United Nations at Fifty: Issues and Opportunities’, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 4 March 1995.
  33. ‘Le droit à l'intégrité physique’, Symposium ‘La protection des droits de l'homme par le Comité des droits de l'homme des Nations Unies’, University of Montpellier, 7 March 1995.
  34. ‘L'universalité et le système inter-américain de protection des droits de l'homme’, AUPELF-UREF Research Group on Universality, University of Montpellier, 8 March 1995.
  35. ‘The U.S. reservations to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights on the death penalty’, Annual meeting of the American Society of International Law, New York, 7 April 1995.
  36. ‘International legal developments respecting abolition of the death penalty’, Shell Centre for Human Rights, Yale University Law School, New Haven, 25 April 1995.
  37. ‘Le droit à l'égalité, les droits des minorités et la Charte canadienne des droits et libertés’, Minority Advocacy and Rights Council, Montreal, 4 June 1995.
  38. ‘Prévention de nouvelles crises au Burundi? La reconstruction d'un système judiciaire’, International symposium ‘Le génocide rwandais, un génocide du XXe siècle’, Institut des Hautes Études sur la Justice, Paris, 17 June 1995.
  39. ‘International Legal Developments on the Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Congress of the National Coalition for the Abolition of the Death Penalty, New Orleans, 5 August 1995.
  40. ‘Humanitarian Intervention’, XVIIth Biennial Conference on the Law of the World, World Jurist Association, Montreal, 15 August 1995.
  41. ‘Les interventions de la communauté internationale dans l'Afrique des grands lacs’, Congrès 1995 de l'Entraide missionnaire, Montréal, 9 September 1995.
  42. ‘Les droits des minorités en Afrique’, Rencontre internationale francophone sur la prévention des conflits: perspective africaine, Ottawa, 20 September 1995.
  43. ‘Rwanda and the Prosecution of Genocide’, Dalhousie University Law Faculty, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 27 September 1995.
  44. ‘The Rwanda Crisis’, Lester B. Pearson Canadian International Peacekeeping Training Centre, Cornwallis Park, Nova Scotia, 29 September 1995.
  45. ‘Rwanda: Echec du système judiciaire’, Université du Québec à Montréal, Montréal, 5 October 1995.
  46. ‘L'abolition de la peine de mort, les développements et droit international et le droit islamique’, International symposium on Islam and the death penalty, Arab Institute for Human Rights, Tunis, 14 October 1995.
  47. ‘Le rôle du globalisme et du régionalisme dans le développement des droits de la personne: les recours individuels’, Annual Conference of the Canadian Council of International Law, Ottawa, 20 October 1995.
  48. ‘Concluding report’, International conference on genocide, impunity and accountability, Kigali, 5 November 1995.
  49. ‘Chypre et la Cour européenne des droits de l'homme’, University of Montreal, 16 November 1995.
  50. ‘Justice in Rwanda: National and International Prosecution’, Symposium ‘The Rwandan Crisis: Healing and Preventive Strategies’, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, Toronto, 5 December 1995.
  51. ‘Legal and Human Rights Issues from a Rwandan Perspective’, Symposium: ‘Rwanda, A Justice System in Crisis’, Oxfam Canada, Ottawa, 6 December 1995.
  52. ‘Globalisation et droits de la personne: le déclin de l'article 2§7 de la Charte des Nations Unies’, Conférence scientifique du CEDIM, Université du Québec à Montréal, Montréal, 7 December 1995.
  53. ‘Rebuilding Rwanda’s Justice System’, Symposium:  ‘Judicial Systems in Crisis’, Vancouver, 9 December 1995.
  54. ‘Capital Punishment and International Law’, Annual General Meeting, Canadian Lawyers Association for International Human Rights, Ottawa, 20 January 1996.
  55. ‘Intégrisme et droits de la personne: Droit international, canadien et québécois’, Scientific conference of the Chaire Concordia-UQAM sur les relations inter-ethniques, Montréal, 25 January 1996.
  56. ‘Genocide: International, National and Jewish Responses to Recent and Current Acts of Genocide’, Canadian Jewish Law Students' Conference 1996, Montréal, 3 February 1996.
  57. ‘Les droits des minorités en Afrique’, Round Table on Prevention of Conflicts in Africa, Université du Québec à Montréal, 22 March 1996.
  58. ‘Universal Norms and International Tribunals: The Case of Cruel Treatment and the Death Row Phenomenon’, Trilateral Symposium of the American Society of International Law, the Japanese Society of International Law and the Canadian Council of International Law, Atlanta, 24 March 1996.
  59. ‘Les difficultés de l'organisation judiciaire rwandaise’, Symposium: ‘Le Rwanda: Un génocide vite oublié’, University of Paris X-Nanterre, Paris, 4 April 1996.
  60. ‘La justice au Rwanda’, Association des parents et amis des victimes du génocide au Rwanda, Montreal, 8 April 1996.
  61. ‘Partners in International Judicial Cooperation’, Round Table on Legal/Judicial Cooperation, Canadian International Development Agency, Meech Lake, Quebec, 19 April 1996.
  62. ‘Impunity and Human Rights’, International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, Montreal, 9 May 1996.
  63. ‘La périodicité des élections comme norme internationale’, AUPELF-UREF Research Group on International Electoral Law, Olympia, Greece, 24 May 1996.
  64. ‘Impunity and Human Rights: Recent Developments in International Law’, Ministry of Justice of Rwanda, Kigali, 12 June 1996.
  65. ‘Impunity and Human Rights: Recent Developments in International Law’, Faculty of Law, National University of Rwanda, Butare, 13 June 1996.
  66. ‘Sentencing and the International Tribunals: For a Human Rights Approach’, International conference ‘Justice in Cataclysm: Criminal Tribunals in the Wake of Mass Violence’, Brussels, 20 July 1996.
  67. ‘Judicial  Independence  in  Justice  Systems  in  Crisis’,  10th  international conference of the Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, Whistler, British Columbia, 23 August 1996.
  68. ‘Justice, Democracy and Impunity in Post-Genocide Rwanda: Searching for Solutions to Impossible Problems’, High Level Symposium on Nation Building in Post-Conflict Situations in Africa, under the auspices of the Foreign Ministry of Japan, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (United Kingdom), and the Japanese Association of International Affairs, Tokyo, 9- 10 September 1996.
  69. ‘Spare the RUD and Spoil the Treaty: United States Reservations to International Human Rights Treaties’, Hendricks Symposium on Human Rights, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, 20 September 1996.
  70. ‘Article 25 du Pacte international relatif aux droits civils et politiques’, Premières journées scientifiques du réseau droits fondamentaux de l'AUPELF-UREF, Tunis, 11 October 1996.
  71. ‘International Human Rights Law and the Canadian Courts’, Symposium: ‘Human Rights in the 21st Century: Prospects, Institutions and Processes’, Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice, Halifax, 17 October 1996.
  72. ‘Questions d'actualité’, colloque sur ‘Le partenariat dans l'ordre juridique et politique international’, Société québécoise de droit international, Institut québécois des hautes études internationales, Université de Paris-Sud, Faculté Jean Monnet, Québec City, 31 October 1996.
  73. ‘Universality of Human Rights: The Case of the Death Penalty’, International Law Weekend '96, International Law Association, New York, 1 November 1996.
  74. ‘The U.N. Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme’, International Law Weekend '96, International Law Association, New York, 1 November 1996.
  75. ‘International Crimes and the Inter-relationship of National and International Jurisdiction’, International Law Weekend '96, International Law Association, New York, 1 November 1996.
  76. ‘International Legal Developments and Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Conference on the Death Penalty, Moscow, 23 November 1996.
  77. ‘Destruction of Cultural Heritage and International Law’, Hellenic Canadian Academic Association of Ontario, Toronto, 27 November 1996.
  78. ‘La protection des biens culturels par le Conseil de l'Europe’, Symposium on the protection of cultural property during armed conflict, Montreal, 29 November 1996.
  79. ‘Rwanda: Genocide, impunity and international norms’, Interamicus Conference, McGill University, Montreal, 17 February 1997.
  80. ‘Rwanda: Génocide, impunité et normes internationales’, Conférence CEDIM, Université du Québec à Montréal, 27 February 1997.
  81. ‘Rwanda: Génocide, impunité et normes internationales’, Afriquébec, International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, Montreal, 5 March 1997.
  82. ‘The Abolition of the Death Penalty in International Law’, United Nations Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, 19 March 1997.
  83. ‘Rwanda: La lutte contre le négationisme’, Comité PAGE, Montréal , 8 April 1997.
  84. ‘The International Criminal Tribunals’, Canadian Coalition for an International Criminal Court, Ottawa, 25 April 1997.
  85. ‘The Abolition of the Death Penalty in International Law’, Amnesty International USA, Atlanta, 26 April 1997.
  86. ‘La justice au Rwanda’, Commission nationale consultative des droits de l'homme, Paris, 12 May 1997.
  87. ‘Justice for Genocide in Central Africa’, International Law Association/Canadian Council on International Law, Ottawa, 27 May 1997.
  88. ‘The International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda’, Canadian Association of Law Teachers, St. John's, Newfoundland, 5 June 1997.
  89. ‘Accès aux services sociaux et la tolérance’, Centre de recherche et de formation du CLSC Côte-des-neiges, Montréal, 9 June 1997.
  90. ‘La sentence et l'exécution de la peine’, International Symposium on Crimes Against Humanity, Commission nationale consultative des droits de l'homme, Paris, 13 June 1997.
  91. ‘Les rapports entre le Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et le système de justice interne’, International Conference for a Permanent Criminal Court, Senate, Paris, 20 June 1997.
  92. ‘Criminal  Justice:  The  Domestic  Component’,  Roundtable  on  Justice  and Reconciliation in Bosnia-Herzegovina, US Institute of Peace/Council of Europe/OSCE, Strasbourg, 3 July 1997.
  93. ‘The Death Penalty in International Law’, Symposium on Capital Punishment 25 Years After Furman v. Georgia, Carter Centre, Atlanta, 24 July 1997.
  94. ‘The organization of the International Criminal Court: Results Achieved and Open Issues’, International Conference for the Establishment of an International Criminal Court by the Year 1998, Valletta, Malta, 13 September 1997.
  95. ‘Compensation and Reparations’, International Conference on Reining in Impunity for International Crimes and Serious Violations of Fundamental Human Rights, International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences, Siracusa, Italy, 19 September 1997.
    1. ‘Les acteurs non-étatiques’, Annual Conference of the Canadian Council of International Law, Ottawa, 18 October 1997.
    2. ‘The Crime of Genocide: Conceptual Definition and Constituent Elements of the Crime of Genocide’, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Seminar on International Humanitarian Law, Arusha, Tanzania, 21 October 1997.
    3. ‘International Developments on the Death Penalty’, International Law Weekend '97, International Law Association, New York, 8 November 1997.
    4. ‘The International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia - testimony’, Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Trade, Ottawa, 19 November 1997.

100. ‘L'expérience du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda et la justice pénale rwandaise’, International symposium: ‘Crises politico-ethniqus au Burundi et dans la région des Grands Lacs’, Université Paris X-Nanterre, Paris, 1 December 1997.

101. ‘Recent developments of international law towards the abolition of the death penalty’, Centre for Capital Punishment Studies, University of Westminster, London, 5 December 1997.

102. ‘Canadian Ratification of the American Convention on Human Rights’, Symposium: ‘Strengthening the Inter-American Human Rights System: The Current Debate’, International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, Montreal, 6 February 1998.

103. ‘Overview of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights’, Greater Toronto Initiative, 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Toronto, 20 February 1998.

104. ‘The United Nations and the Death Penalty’, Symposium on the UN and the Death Penalty, United Nations Headquarters, Geneva, 22 March 1998.

105. ‘The Rwandan Genocide’, Symposium on Twentieth Century Genocides, McGill University, Montreal, 23 March 1998.

106. ‘International Law and the Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Washington & Lee University, Lexington, Virginia, 27 March 1998.

107. ‘Le droit, la jurisprudence et l'événement’, Colloque du secteur des sciences humaines ‘Actualités de l'événement’, Université du Québec à Montréal, Montreal, 1 April 1998.

108. ‘Justice in Rwanda’, Rwandese community of Toronto, Toronto, 11 April 1998.

109. ‘Le génocide rwandais et les casques bleus’, Symposium: ‘ONU mécanique’, Centre Georges Pompidou et Institut Henry-Dunant, Geneva, 23 April 1998.

110. ‘La cour criminelle internationale’, Médecins du Monde, Montpellier, France, 25 May 1998.

111. ‘Impunité et justice au Rwanda’, Association québécoise des avocats et avocates en droit d'immigration, Montréal, 3 June 1998.

112. ‘Le Canada et l'adoption de la Déclaration universelle des droits de l'homme’, Annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Law Teachers, Ottawa, 4 June 1998.

113. ‘La Cour criminelle internationale et la promesse de la Convention pour la prévention et la répression du crime de génocide’, Annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Law Teachers, Ottawa, 4 June 1998.

114. ‘Impunity  and  International  Justice’,  Centre  for  Refugee  Studies,  York University, Toronto, 11 June 1998.

115. ‘La complémentarité et la Cour criminelle internationale’, Lelio Basso International Foundation for the Rights and Liberation of Peoples, Rome, 22 June 1998.

116. ‘Defining and Enforcing Human Rights in Canada’, American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, 1 August 1998.

117. ‘Human Rights and Human Wrongs: Is the United States Death Penalty System Inconsistent with International Human Rights Law?’, American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, 2 August 1998.

118. ‘Drugs, Criminal Justice and Human Rights’, Twelfth International Conference of the International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, St. Michael, Barbados, 10 August 1998.

119. ‘Conclusions’, International Conference on Internet and Human Rights, Canadian Human Rights Foundation, Montreal, 12 September 1998.

120. ‘Droits des peuples, minorités nationales et peuples autochtones et la Déclaration universelle des droits de l'homme’, Commission nationale consultative des droits de l'homme, Paris, 15 September 1998.

121. ‘The International Criminal Court’, International Law Students Association, McGill University, Montreal, 28 September 1998.

122. ‘Freedom from Want: How Can we Make Indivisibility More than a Mere Slogan?’, Conference on Building a Human Rights Agenda for the 21st Century, Ottawa, 2 October 1998.

123. ‘La cour pénale internationale’, Centre d'études sur la mondialisation, Université du Québec à Montréal, Montréal, 5 October 1998.

124. ‘Ethnic Conflict in Africa’, Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Montreal, 6 October 1998.

125. ‘The International Criminal Court’, Canadian Council on International Law, Ottawa, 15 October 1998.

126. ‘Les violations horizontales des droits de l'homme’, Xith Interdisciplinary Symposium: ‘Société civile et autorités publiques face à l'indivisibilité des droits de l'homme’, University of Fribourg, Fribourg, Switzerland, 13 November 1998.

127. ‘The Akayesu judgment of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’, Faculty of Law, University of Salzburg, 16 November 1998.

128. ‘L'affaire Akayesu du Tribunal pénal international pour le Rwanda’, Symposium on the Genocide Convention, Université de Paris-Sud, 2 December 1998.

129. ‘Canada and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights’, World Congress on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Montreal, 7 December 1998.

130. ‘The Universal Declaration of Human Rights’, University of North Carolina, Wilmington, 10 December 1998.

131. ‘Incitement to Genocide in Rwanda’, International Conference on Hate, Genocide & Human Rights: Fifty Years Later, McGill University, Montreal, 28 January 1999.

132. ‘Prosecuting and Defending the Crime of Genocide’, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, 1 February 1999.

133. ‘The Rwandan Genocide and its Legal Aftermath’, Yale Centre for International & Area Studies, New Haven, 18 February 1999.

134. ‘Penalties and the ICC Statute’, International conference: ‘The Permanent International Criminal Court: Will it Make a Difference for Peace and Human Rights?’, Notre Dame Law School, South Bend, Indiana, 19 March 1999.

135. ‘International Justice and Ethnic Conflict’, University Centre Rochester Visiting Scholar Series, Rochester, Minnesota, 28 April 1999.

136. ‘Issues Relating to Ratification of the Rome Statute’, International Symposium: The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Challenge to Impunity, Trento, Italy, 14 May 1999.

137. ‘The Upcoming Conference of the High Contracting Parties on Measures to Enforce the fourth Geneva Convention; Geneva, 15 July 1999 – Possible Outcomes’, ‘United Nations International Meeting on the Convening of the Conference on Measures to Enforce the Fourth Geneva Convention in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including Jerusalem’, Cairo, 14-15 June 1999.

138. ‘Human Rights and Military Peacekeeping’, Fifth Annual Conference of the International Association of Peacekeeping Training Centres, Cornwallis Park, Nova Scotia, 23 June 1999.

139. ‘The Genocide Convention at Fifty’, Special Lecture, International Institute of Human Rights, Strasbourg, 9 July 1999.

140. ‘Penalties’, Seminar for Young Penalists, Syracuse, Italy, 16 September 1999.

141. ‘A Global Overview’, Conference on Global Movements Towards a Moratorium on the Death Penalty, Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America at Columbia University, New York City, 13 October 1999.

142. ‘The International Criminal Court’, Conference: ‘The Judiciary as Third Branch of  Government’,  Canadian  Institute  for  the  Administration  of  Justice, Quebec City, 16 October 1999.

143. ‘Détenus et prisonniers au Rwanda’, Symposium on current issues in international humanitarian law, International Committee of the Red Cross et al., Montreal, 21 October 1999.

144. ‘Legal aspects of the crime of genocide’, Department of Justice of Canada, Ottawa, 1 November 1999.

145. ‘When is a little justice better than none at all: reflections on criminal accountability’, International Law Weekend '99, International Law Association, New York, 5 November 1999.

146. ‘Developments in the law of genocide’, International Law Weekend '99, International Law Association, New York, 5 November 1999.

147. ‘The Domingues case’, International Law Weekend '99, International Law Association, New York, 5 November 1999.

148. ‘The Prevention of Genocide’, Symposium on Genocide, Pearson Peacekeeping Centre, Montreal, 19 November 1999.

149. ‘National Security Interests and the Rights of the Accused’, International Symposium: ‘National Security and International Criminal Justice’, Freie Universität Berlin, 17 December 1999.

150. ‘International Law and the Abolition of the Death Penalty’, International Symposium: ‘La Protection des droits de l’Homme entre la législation interne et le droit international’, Université Cadi Ayyad, Marrakech, 21 January 2000.

151. ‘Complementarity and the Inter-American System of Human Rights’, Conference on the Protection of Human Rights in the 21st Century, Venice Commission and Council of Europe, Dublin, 3 March 2000.

152. ‘Healing wounds in war-torn societies: The case of Rwanda’, Commemorative activities for the martyrdom of monsignor Romero, El Instituto de Derechos Humanos de la UCA, San Salvador, 22 March 2000.

153. ‘Islam and Capital Punishment’, Symposium: ‘Religion’s Role in Administration of the Death Penalty, William & Mary University, Williamsburg, Virginia, 7 April 2000.

154. ‘New Developments in the Law of Genocide’, Annual meeting of the American Society of International Law, Washington, 8 April 2000.

155. ‘Genocide: The Lessons of the 20th Century – A Failed Convention?’, Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Vienna, 16 April 2000.

156. ‘Capital Punishment: New Frontiers in Abolition’, Tenth United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders, Vienna, 16 April 2000.

157. ‘Bosnia, Kosovo, Timor, Cambodia: Was it Genocide?’, Lauterpacht Centre for International Law, University of Cambridge, 28 April 2000.

158. ‘Genocide and the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia’, International Symposium on the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, Croatian Law Centre, Opatija, Croatia, 9 May 2000.

159. ‘Ratification of the Statute of the International Criminal Court’, Symposium on International Humanitarian Law, Irish Centre for Human Rights, Galway, 12 May 2000.

160. ‘Partnerships in Humanitarian Intervention: The NGO Perspective’, Canadian Bar Association Conference on Private and Public International Law, Ottawa, 19 May 2000.

161. ‘Armenians and the ‘G’-word’, Hellenic-Canadian Association Conference on Human Rights in the Eastern Mediterranean and Asia Minor, Toronto, 20 May 2000.

162. ‘The Rwanda Experience’, Canadian Bar Association seminar, Peace Building in the Justice Sector, Halifax, 20 August 2000.

163. ‘Developments in Abolition of Capital Punishment’, University of the Philippines, Conference on Reconciling Human Rights and Criminal Justice’, Cebu City, Philippines, 16 September 2000.

164. ‘Developments  in  the  Jurisprudence  of  the  Crime  of  Genocide’,  Raphael Lemkin Centenary Conference, Leo Kuper Institute, London, 18 October 2000.

165. ‘Common Law Approaches to Implementation of the Rome Statute’, Rome Statute – What’s Next? A Conference on Domestic and Foreign Implementation of International of International Criminal Law in National Law, International Criminal Law Society, Berlin, 20 October 2000.

166. ‘Abolishing the Death Penalty: New International Developments’, University of Nebraska – Lincoln, 1 November 2000.

167. ‘Problems of International Codification – Were the Atrocities in Cambodia and Kosovo Genocide?’, New England School of Law, Boston, 3 November 2000.

168. ‘International Legal Developments in Capital Punishment’, National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, San Francisco, 18 November 2000.

169. ‘Human Rights and Criminal Justice: From Fair Trial to Fit Punishment’, Annual Meeting of the Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, Johannesburg, 2 December 2000.

170. ‘Defences Before the International Criminal Court’, Annual Meeting of the Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, Johannesburg, 7 December 2000.

171. ‘‘Discrimination based on criminal record’, Republican Prisoners Association, Belfast, 30 January 2001.

172. ‘Canadian human rights commissions’, Symposium of the Irish Council for Civil Liberties, Dublin, 3 February 2001.

173. ‘Développements jurisprudentiels sur le crime de genocide’, International Law Association, Paris, 14 March 2001.

174. ‘Droit pénal international et droit international des droits de la personne : faux frères?’, Colloque sur l’internationalisation du droit pénal, Université de Genève, Geneva, 16 March 2001.

175. ‘Canada’s intercultural model’, Human Rights Art Festival, Athens, 23 March 2001.

176. ‘The ‘Like Minded’, the NGOs and the International Criminal Court’, Conference on ‘The New Diplomacy’, Amman, Jordan, 6 April 2001.

177. ‘Burns and Rafay: International Law Nourishes the Charter’, Canadian Bar Association Conference on the Twentieth Anniversary of the Canadian Charter, Ottawa, 20 April 2001.

178. ‘Human Rights Law in Canada’, Wales Public Law and Human Rights Association, Llandrindod Wells, Wales, 28 April 2001.

179. ‘Public Opinion and the Death Penalty’, EU-China Seminar on Human Rights, Beijing, 10 May 2001.

180. ‘Prosecuting the Crime of Aggression: Historical Aspects’, University of Trento, Italy, 30 May 2001.

181. ‘L’influence de la Convention européenne des droits de l’homme sur la jurisprudence des cours suprêmes du Commonwealth’, International Institute of Human Rights, Strasbourg, 8 June 2001.

182. ‘The ad hoc tribunals: developments in the law of genocide’, Association of Genocide Scholars Fourth International Biennial Conference, Minneapolis, 12 June 2001.

183. ‘Approaches to Reconciliation and the International Criminal Court’, Conference   on   Transitional   Justice   and   International   Perspectives, University of Ulster, Belfast, 14 June 2001.

184. ‘Crimes Against Humanity’, International Seminar on Crimes Against Humanity, Indonesian Human Rights Commission, Jakarta, 20 June 2001.

185. ‘Prosecuting Atrocities: Contributing to Democratic Transitions’, Seminar on Nationbuilding in East Timor, Centro Portugues de Estudos do Sudeste Asiatico (CEPESA), Lisbon, 21 June 2001.

186. ‘International Law and Capital Punishment’, Fujen University International Conference on Abolition of the Death Penalty, Taipei, 24 June 2001.

187. ‘Democratisation, Conflict Resolution and Human Rights: The Role of Justice and Accountability’, Fourth ASEM Informal Seminar on Human Rights, Denpasar – Bali, 12 July 2001.

188. ‘Incorporation of the European Convention on Human Rights’, NGO Forum on Human Rights, Department of Foreign Affairs (Ireland), Dublin, 21 July 2001.

189. ‘Human Rights and Terrorism’, INCORE, Derry, Northern Ireland, 5 October 2001.

190. ‘Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law’, Humanitarian Law Seminar, International Committee of the Red Cross, Sarajevo, 9 October 2001.

191. ‘International Human Rights Law and Administrative Tribunals’, Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice, Halifax, 13 October 2001.

192. ‘International Criminal Courts and Prosecution for Money Laundering’, International Convention on Money Laundering, Montreal, 15 October 2001.

193. ‘General Principles and Penalties’, Expert Meeting on the International Criminal Court, Manila, 18 October 2001.

194. ‘La répression des crimes – la justice nationale et internationale’, Séminaire sur la justice transitionnelle au Burundi, Human Rights Law Group, Bujumbura, 6 November 2001.

195. ‘The domestic impact of international law’, National Judicial Institute, Canadian Chapter of the International Association of Women Judges and Faculty of Law, McGill University, Montreal, 10 November 2001.

196. ‘Rights of the Accused versus Rights of Victims and Witnesses’, International Conference, Utrecht University, 29 November 2001.

197. ‘General Report on Torture’, EU-China Dialogue Seminar, Brussels, 7 December 2001.

198. ‘Canadian Implementing Legislation of the ICC Statute’, International Conference on the International Criminal Court, The Hague, 20 December 2001.

199. ‘Afghanistan, the UN and the Fight against Terrorism’, United Nations Association of Ireland, Dublin, 7 January 2002.

200. ‘Impunity and Human Rights Defenders’, Front Line Conference, Dublin, 18 January 2002.

201. ‘Internationalised  Courts  and  National  Justice  Systems’,  Conference  on Internationalised Courts and Tribunals, University of Amsterdam, 26 January 2002.

202. ‘Genocide and the ad hoc Tribunals’, Generations of Genocide Conference, Institute of Contemporary History and Wiener Library, London, 26 January 2002.

203. ‘The Ad Hoc Tribunals and the Future of International Justice’, Memorial and International Federation of Human Rights Conference, Moscow, 15 February 2002.

204. ‘The International Criminal Court: In Force by May 2002’, International Law Association, Dublin, 27 February 2002.

205. ‘Creation of the International Criminal Court’, Social Legal Studies Association, Aberystwyth, Wales, 3 April 2002.

206. ‘The Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission’, Conference on Reconciliation, Christian Michaelson Institute, Bergen, Norway, 11 April 2002.

207. ‘The Entry into Force of the Rome Statute’, Department of Justice, Ottawa, 18 April 2002.

208. ‘International Law and the Canadian Charter’, Association for Canadian Studies, Ottawa, 19 April 2002.

209. ‘Abolition of Capital Punishment: International Developments’, Amnesty International USA Annual General Meeting, Seattle, 20 April 2002.

210. ‘Punishment of Non-State Actors’, Transitional Justice Seminar, Belfast, 26 April 2002.

211. ‘Constitutions nationales et droit international’, Société québécoise de droit international, Montréal, 10 May 2002.

212. ‘The International Criminal Court’, Irish International Law Students Association, Dublin, 16 May 2002.

213. ‘Do We Need a Truth Commission in Northern Ireland?’, The University of Ulster at Magee, Derry, 20 May 2002.

214. ‘Was 9/11 a Crime Against Humanity?’, Abo Akademi University Institute for Human Rights, Turku, Finland, 23 May 2002.

215. ‘Transit, Surrender, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance’, International Criminal Law Training Course, The Hague, 18 June 2002.

216. ‘Moratorium on the Death Penalty’, Duke University School of Law Conference on International law, Human Rights and the Death Penalty, Geneva, 20 July 2002.

217. ‘The Interrelationship between Truth Commissions and Courts: The Case of Sierra Leone’, Galway, Ireland, 4 October 2002.

218. ‘The Sierra Leone Truth Commission’, Department of National Defence Symposium on International Humanitarian Law, Ottawa, 25 October 2002.

219. ‘The Interrelationship between Truth Commissions and Courts: The Case of Sierra Leone’, Canadian Council of International Law, Ottawa, 26 October 2002.

220. ‘Drafting of the ICC Rules of Procedure and Evidence’, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London, 6 November 2002.

221. ‘Mens rea and Defences at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia’, New England School of Law, Boston, 9 November 2002.

222. ‘The Protection of Human Rights: Ireland and Canada Compared’, University College Dublin, 13 November 2002.

223. ‘Genocide and the International Criminal Court’, Training Course on the International Criminal Court, TNT Solicitors, London, 16 November 2002.

224. ‘Quo Vadis: International Criminal Law’, 30th Anniversary Conference, International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences, Siracusa, Italy, 29 November 2002.

225. ‘The Place of Victims in International Criminal Law’, 30th Anniversary Conference, International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences, Siracusa, Italy, 3 December 2002.

226. ‘Alternative Forms of Access to Justice’, EU-China Network Seminar on Access to Justice, Beijing, 11 March 2003.

227. ‘United Nations Systems for the Protection of Human Rights’, Southwest China University of Political Science and Law, Chongqing, 12 March 2003.

228. ‘Où en est la justice internationale?’, Centre d’études et de Recherches Internationales (Sciences Po), Paris, 17 March 2003.

229. ‘The Crime of Aggression and the International Criminal Court’, British Institute of International and Comparative Law, London, 26 March 2003.

230. ‘Combating Impunity in Developing Countries’, University of Montreal Conference on the International Criminal Court, Montreal, 1 May 2003.

231. ‘The Truth Commission and the Special Court of Sierra Leone’, Conference on The International Criminal Court: Implementation in Central and Eastern Europe, Bucharest, 11 May 2003.

232. ‘An International Perspective on Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Conference on ‘The Death Penalty from an International Perspective, A Transatlantic Dialogue’, Catholic University of Leuven, Brussels, 23 May 2003.

233. ‘Implications for International Law of the ICTR and ICTY’, International Association of Genocide Scholars Fifth Biennial Conference, Galway, Ireland, 8 June 2003.

234. ‘How Can Existing IHL Mechanisms and Bodies be Used in Non-International Armed Conflict’, Regional Expert Meeting on Improving Compliance with International Humanitarian Law, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mexico and International Committee of the Red Cross, Mexico City, 16 July 2003.

235. ‘Recent Developments Concerning Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Seventeenth International Conference, International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, The Hague, 27 August 2003.

236. ‘Human Security and the International Criminal Court’, International Summer School on Human Rights and Human Security, Graz, Austria, 4 September 2003.

237. ‘Economic Aspects of the Conflict in Sierra Leone’, Conference on Global Trade and the Implications for Human Rights, Irish Centre for Human Rights, Galway, Ireland, 4 October 2003.

238. ‘Gender Crimes In Sierra Leone and the Work of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’, War Crimes Research Symposium, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland, 10 October 2003.

239. ‘The Case of Leon Mugesera (Rwanda) and the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration (Canada) Before the Federal Court of Canada’, Concordia University, Montreal, 15 October 2003.

240. ‘The Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission: A Personal Experience’, Bernie Vigod Memorial Lecture, St. Thomas University, Fredericton, Canada, 15 October 2003.

241. ‘The Charles Taylor Indictment’, Canadian Council for International Law, Ottawa, 18 October 2003.

242. ‘Prosecuting the Head of State: The Milosevic and Taylor Cases’, Wayne State University Law School, Detroit, 27 October 2003.

243. ‘Criminal Accountability for Economic Actors in Civil Wars’, International Peace Academy, New York City, 21 November 2003.

244. ‘Concluding Remarks’, Conference on Searching for Justice, Comprehensive Action in the Face of Atrocities, York University, Toronto, 6 December 2003.

245. ‘The Relationship Between Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity’, Conference on the International Criminal Court and Enlarging the Scope of International Humanitarian Law, International Committee of the Red Cross, Damascus, 14 December 2003.

246. ‘The International Criminal Court and the Secret to its Success’, Conference on the International Criminal Court and the Advent of International Criminal Justice, Minerva Centre for Human Rights, Jerusalem, 15 December 2003.

247. ‘The Movement toward world-wide abolition of the death penalty’, Launch Seminar for Strengthening the Defence of Death Penalty Cases in the People’s Republic of China, Great Britain-China Centre, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, 8 January 2004.

248. ‘Comparative Law and the Death Penalty’, Conference for Universal Abolition of the Death Penalty, Irish Cultural Centre, Paris, 23 January 2004.

249. ‘Genocide and Law: The Mysteries Remain’, Oxford University Public International Law/International Law Association (UK) Discussion Group, New College, Oxford, 12 February 2004.

250. ‘Lessons from Abroad (and from history): Bills of Rights Deliver Results’, Conference on Protecting Human Rights through Bills of Rights, Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, Belfast, 20 February 2004.

251. ‘International Law and the Rwandan Genocide’, Evangelische Akademie Loccum, Loccum, Germany, 5 March 2004.

252. ‘Transitional  Justice:  Rwanda,  Sierra  Leone,  Iraq’,  San  Francisco  Bar Association, San Francisco, 11 March 2004.

253. ‘The Sierra Leone Truth Commission and Lessons for Transitional Justice’, University of California at Davis, 12 March 2004.

254. ‘The Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission’, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California, 15 March 2004.

255. ‘Hommage à Damas Mutezintare Gisimba’, Fondation Paul Grüninger, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 19 March 2004.

256. ‘Eichmann à Jerusalem, Karamira à Kigali, Mugesera à Québec’, IBUKA- Belgique, Brussels, 20 March 2004.

257. ‘La Commission de la Vérité et de la Réconciliation de Sierra Leone’, Université de Genéve, Geneva, 23 March 2004.

258. ‘Developments in the Law of Genocide’, Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, 30 March 2004.

259. ‘Genocide and International Law’, Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 30 March 2004.

260. ‘Le TPIY à 10 ans’, Société québécoise pour le droit international, Montréal, 31 March 2004.

261. ‘Accountability for War Crimes: What Roles for National, International, and Hybrid Tribunals?’, American Society of International Law Annual Meeting, Washington, 2 April 2004.

262. ‘Extradition, Diplomacy and Capital Punishment’, William & Mary College, Williamsburg, Virginia, 5 April 2004.

263. ‘The International Criminal Court: The Secret of its Success’, Raoul Wallenberg Institute for Human Rights, Lund, Sweden, 29 April 2004.

264. ‘Developments in the Law of Genocide’, Marangopoulos Foundation for Human Rights, Athens, 14 May 2004.

265. ‘The Evolving Role of Non-State Actors in International Criminal Law’, Conference on Justice in Transition, Northern Ireland and Beyond, Onati, Spain, 21 May 2004.

266. ‘Ulysses  and  Censorship’,  Centenary  Conference  on  Joyce’s  Ulysses  and Human Rights, Galway, 28 May 2004.

267. ‘Introductory Report on Corporate Social Responsibility’, EU-China Dialogue on Human Rights, Beijing, 28 June 2004.

268. ‘Prosecutorial Discretion and International Criminal Law’, International Conference on Accountability for Atrocity, Galway, 15 July 2004.

269. ‘Report on the International Criminal Court’, International Law Association, Berlin, 17 August 2004.

270. ‘The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law’, 28th Round Table on Current Problems of International Humanitarian Law, International Institute of Humanitarian Law, Sanremo, Italy, 3 September 2004.

271. ‘International Courts and Truth Commissions: The Case of Sierra Leone’, 5th Annual Conference, Association of Human Rights Institutes, Oslo, 18 September 2004.

272. ‘Reservations to the ICCPR and Customary International Law’, EU-China Dialogue Seminar, The Hague, 8 November 2004.

273. ‘Court Procedure in the International Criminal Tribunals (Yugoslavia, Rome Statute): A Convergence of Two Systems’, St. Louis University and Washington University, St. Louis, 13 November 2004.

274. ‘The International Criminal Court’, University of Birmingham, Birmingham, 10 December 2004.

275. ‘Philosophical and Cultural Perspectives on the Death Penalty’, European Union and Department of Philosophy, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, 14 December 2004.

276. ‘Truth and Reconciliation in Sierra Leone’, Conference on Genocide and the Holocaust, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, 16 January 2005.

277. ‘Why Have We Failed? Thoughts on Human Rights in 2005’, Osgoode Hall Law School Raoul Wallenberg Day International Human Rights Symposium, Toronto, 18 January 2005.

278. ‘Defining Transitional Justice’, Conference on The Rule of Law and Transitional Justice: the Way Forward?’, UN University Office at the United Nations, New York, 27 January 2005.

279. ‘First Cases at the International Criminal Court’, University of Manchester School of Law, Manchester, 16 February 2005.

280. ‘Genocide and International Law: Darfur, Srebenica and Cambodia’, Jonathan

281. Charney Distinguished Lecture in International Law, Vanderbilt University Law School, Nashville, 28 February 2005.

282. ‘Clash of Civilizations: The Growing Rift Between the US & Europe in Human Rights Policy & Practice’, Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, 1 March 2005.

283. ‘The Globalization of Law’, Indianapolis Peace House, Indianapolis, Indiana, 2 March 2005.

284. ‘International Criminal Tribunals and Rights of the Accused’, European Law Institute, Trier, Germany, 7 March 2005.

285. ‘The Right to Enjoy the Benefits of Scientific Progress’, UNESCO Meeting on Priorities for Research to Advance Economic, Social and Cultural Rights in Africa’, Addis Ababa, 11 March 2005.

286. ‘Transitional  Codes  for  Post-Conflict  Justice’,  International  Peace  Academy Conference on Securing the Rule of Law, New York City, 14 March 2005.

287. ‘Children, Accountability and Armed Conflict’, International Criminal Accountability and the Rights of Children, Institute of Social Studies and UN University, The Hague, 17 March 2005.

288. ‘The “Odious Scourge”: Evolving Interpretations of the Crime of Genocide’, Conference on ‘Ultimate Crime, Ultimate Challenge, Human Rights and Genocide’, Yerevan, Armenia, 20 April 2005.

289. ‘The Right to Life’, Catholic University of Korea, Seoul, 18 May 2005.

290. ‘Reform of the United Nations’, Aspen Atlantic Group, Vancouver, 20 May 2005.

291. ‘International Law and the Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Caribbean Workshop on Capital Punishment, Barbados, 4 June 2005.

292. ‘Public Opinion and the Death Penalty’, Caribbean Workshop on Capital Punishment, Barbados, 4 June 2005.

293. ‘The Death Penalty in China and in Europe From a Philosophical, Cultural and Political Perspective’, EU-China Dialogue Seminar on Human Rights, Beijing, 20 June 2005.

294. ‘The International Criminal Court’, Law Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, 21 June 2005.

295. ‘Victims and Witnesses at International Criminal Tribunals’, International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 29 June 2005.

296. ‘The Sierra Leone Truth Commission and the Special Court for Sierra Leone’, Hague Joint Conference on Contemporary Issues in International Law, The Hague, 1 July 2005.

297. ‘Violence against Women’, International Institute of Human Rights, Strasbourg, 18-19 July 2005.

298. ‘Genocide and the Darfur Commission’, The Criminal Law of Genocide International Conference, Nottingham Law School, Nottingham, 1 September 2005.

299. ‘Islam and the Death Penalty’, Reframing Islam: Politics into Law, Conference, Galway, 10 September 2005.

300. ‘Developments in the Law of Genocide’, Max-Planck-Institut für ausländisches und internationals Strafrecht, Freiburg, Germany, 22 September 2005.

301. ‘Pour de meilleures garanties (Projet de protocole facultative au Pacte, Projet de Convention sur la diversité culturelle’, First Congress of the Association francophone des Commissions nationales des droits de l’Homme, Montréal, 30 September 2005.

302. ‘The Crime of Torture and the International Criminal Tribunals’, Case Western University Law School, Cleveland, 7 October 2005.

303. ‘International Developments on the Abolition of the Death Penalty’, University of Westminster, London, 13 October 2005.

304. ‘International Tribunals and Truth Commissions’, Bar Council of England and Wales, London, 15 October 2005.

305. ‘International  Criminal  Justice:  From  Dachau  to  Darfur’,  Law  Library Distinguished Lectureship, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 1 November 2005.

306. ‘Human Rights and the War in Iraq’, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 2 November 2005.

307. ‘International Law and Genocide’, European Network of Genocide Scholars, Heinrich Böll Stiftung, Berlin, 4 November 2005.

308. ‘Israeli Civil and Criminal Law Violations’, El Haq Conference on International Humanitarian Law, Ramallah, Occupied Palestinian Territory, 23 November 2005.

309. ‘The Human Rights Commissioners’, Academic Colloquium of the European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation, Venice, 26 November 2005.

310. ‘First Cases at the International Criminal Court’, Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi, 11 December 2005.

311. ‘Developments in the Law of Genocide’, Ankara Bar Association, Ankara, 5 January 2006.

312. ‘Taking Stock of Developments in the Use of the Death Penalty Worldwide’, International Seminar on Strengthening the Defence In Death Penalty Cases, Beijing, 15 January 2006.

313. ‘First Cases at the International Criminal Court’, New College, University of Oxford, 19 January 2006.

314. ‘First Cases at the International Criminal Court’, School of Law, Queen’s University, Belfast, 8 February 2006.

315. ‘A Historical Perspective on War Crimes Prosecutions’, Trinity College Dublin, 24 February 2006.

316. ‘Relationship between National Law and the ICC Statute, and the Impact Thereof on the Implementation of Provisions relevant to Complementarity’, Regional Meeting on International Humanitarian Law, International Committee of the Red Cross, Cairo, 26 February 2006.

317. ‘International Criminal Tribunals and Truth-Seeking’, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, 17 March 2006.

318. ‘New Interpretations of the Law of Genocide’, Hamburger Institut for Sozialforschung, Hamburg, Germany, 23 March 2006.

319. ‘Truth and Reconciliation’, The Advocate’s Society, Dublin, 25 April 2006. ‘Canada, Ireland and Human Rights’, Association of Canadian Studies in

320. Ireland, Galway, 27 April 2006.

321. ‘Le dialogue des juges: le droit penal international’, Centre Perelman de philosophie du droit de l’Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, 28 April 2006.

322. ‘Perspectives  on  International  Criminal  Justice’,  Université  du  Québec  à Montréal, 9 May 2006.

323. ‘La Répression internationale des crimes internationaux’, Journée d’études, Collège d’Etudes Interdisciplinaires – Université de Paris-Sud 11, 13 May 2006.

324. ‘Sean Mac Bride and the Development of International Human Rights’, St. Angela’s College, Sligo, Ireland, 15 May 2006.

325. ‘Lex specialis? Belt and suspenders? The Parallel Operation of Human Rights Law and the Law of Armed Conflict, and the Conundrum of ius ad bellum’, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 23 May 2006.

326. ‘Enforcement Mechanisms of International Humanitarian Law’, El Haq, Ramallah, Occupied Palestinian Territory, 23 May 2006.

327. ‘Truth and Reconciliation Commissions’, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 23 May 2006.

328. ‘The International Criminal Court’, Bir Zeit University, Occupied Palestinian Territory, 24 May 2006.

329. ‘Developments at the International Criminal Court’, International Law Association Conference, Toronto, 7 June 2006.

330. ‘A Rights-Based Approach to the Israel-Palestine Conflict’, University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 9 June 2006.

331. ‘Language, the Covenant and the Human Rights Committee’, International Academy of Language and Law Conference, Galway, 16 June 2006.

332. ‘A Rights-Based Approach to Peace Building’, Fourth Annual Conference of the Centre for Peace Building (An Teach Ban), Downings, County Donegal, Ireland, 22 June 2006.

333. ‘Transitional Justice: Lessons and Challenges’, Conference on Building Justice in Fragile States, Department of Foreign Affairs, Ottawa, 27 June 2006.

334. ‘Towards International Abolition of the Death Penalty’, National Human Rights Commission of Thailand, Bangkok, 3 July 2006.

335. ‘Alternatives to the Death Penalty’, National Human Rights Commission of Thailand, Bangkok, 4 July 2006.

336. ‘Regions and International Criminal Law’, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 19 August 2006.

337. ‘Complementarity and the First Prosecutions at the ICC’, Association of Human Rights Institutes Annual Conference, Vienna, 9 September 2006.

338. ‘Terrorism and Human Rights’, Universidad Iberamericano, Mexico City, 13 September 2006.

339. ‘Human Rights Research in the Knowledge Society’, Irish Universities Association, Humanities and Social Sciences in 21st Century Ireland, Dublin, 23 October 2006.

340. ‘First Prosecutions at the International Criminal Court’, Josephine Onoh Memorial Lecture, University of Hull, Hull, United Kingdom, 25 October 2006.

341. ‘Non-Refoulement’, Follow-up Workshop on Human Rights and International Cooperation while Countering Terrorism, Vaduz, Liechtenstein, 15 November 2006.

342. ‘The Right to Benefit From Scientific Progress’, International Bioethics Committee, UNESCO, Paris, 20 November 2006.

343. ‘The International Criminal Court’, Marangopoulos Foundation for Human Rights, Athens, 21 November 2006.

344. ‘The Relationship Between International Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law’, London School of Economics, London, 30 November 2006.

345. ‘Genocide in the Modern World’, University of Tübingen, Faculty of Law, Tübingen, Germany, 6 December 2006.

346. ‘Genocide in the Modern World’, Württembergische Landesbibliothek, Bibliothek für Zeitgeschichte, Stuttgart, Germany, 7 December 2006.

347. ‘First Cases at the International Criminal Court’, London School of Economics, 18 January 2007.

348. ‘First Cases at the International Criminal Court’, University of Warwick, Coventry, United Kingdom, 23 January 2007.

349. ‘First Cases at the International Criminal Court’, University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom, 31 January 2007.

350. ‘Islam and Capital Punishment’, Third World Congress on the Abolition of the Death Penalty, Paris, 1 February 2007.

351. ‘La pénalisation du droit des affaires’, Centre de recherche sur les droits de l'homme et le droit humanitaire, Univesité de Paris II, 9 February 2007.

352. ‘Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Conference on Human Rights and Social Justice, University of Winnipeg, 23 February 2007.

353. ‘Le droit international humanitaire, reflet des valeurs fondamentales’, International Committee of the Red Cross, Paris, 12 March 2007.

354. ‘The Role of the International Criminal Court’, Baker Peace Conference, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, 30 March 2007.

355. ‘Globalisation and the Canadian Charter’, Canadian Studies Association, Ottawa, 17 April 2007.

356. ‘The International Criminal Court, Sixty Years After Nuremberg’, MacDermott Lecture, Queen’s University, Belfast, 30 April 2007.

357. ‘Complementarity in Practice: Some Uncomplimentary Thoughts’, International Colloquium, University of Trento, Trento, Italy, 4 May 2007.

358. `The Right to Benefit from Scientific Progress’, University of Amsterdam, 8 June 2007.

359. `International Law and Capital Punishment’, Launch Seminar on Sino-EU project on Moving the Debate Forward of Death Penalty in China, Beijing, 21 June 2007.

360. ‘Developments at the International Criminal Court’, International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, 20th Annual Conference, Vancouver, 23 June 2007.

361. ‘Truth Commissions, Accountability and the International Criminal Court’, The Hague Joint Conference on Contemporary Issues of International Law: ‘Criminal Jurisdiction 100 Years after the 1907 Hague Peace Conference’, The Hague, 29 June 2007.

362. ‘The EU Guidelines on Capital Punishment’, EIUC Diplomatic Conference, Venice, 14 July 2007.

363. ‘The ICC After Five Years: The Office of the Prosecutor’, Hemispheric Conference on the International Criminal Court, Mexico City, 21 August 2007.

364. ‘The Genocide Convention: Where Are We Now’, Programme in Holocaust and Human Rights Studies, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, New York City, 20 September 2007.

365. ‘New Mechanisms, Institutions and Processes to Better Protect Security and Human Rights’, Institute for Research on Public Policy, Ottawa, 21 September 2007.

366. ‘Is There an African Model of Transitional Justice?’, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 27 September 2007.

367. ‘The Origins of the Genocide Convention: From Nuremberg to Lake Success’, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 28 September 2007.

368. ‘Core Crimes of International Criminal Law: Evolving Conceptions from the time of Vespasien V. Pella’, Conference: In memoriam Vespasien V. Pella (1897-1952). From the 1937 Convention on the Creation of an International Criminal Court to the Rome Statute – Developing an International Criminal Justice System, International Criminal Court, The Hague, 4 October 2007.

369. ‘Prosecutorial Discretion at the International Criminal Court’, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Amsterdam, 5 October 2007.

370. ‘The International Criminal Court: Growing Pains or Eating Disorder?’, International Law Weekend, New York City, 26 October 2007.

371. ‘The Genocide Convention: Where are we Now?’, Rutgers University School of Law, Newark, 30 October 2007.

372. ‘The International Criminal Court: An Idea Whose Time Has Come’, Reid Memorial Lecture, Dalhousie University, 27 November 2007.

373. ‘The Ireland v. United Kingdom case at the European Court of Human Rights’, Conference on Diplomacy and Human Rights, Irish Cultural Centre, Paris, 7 December 2007.

374. ‘The International Criminal Court: An Idea Whose Time Has Come’, University of Istanbul, 17 December 2007.

375. ‘The International Criminal Court: An Idea Whose Time Has Come’, Ankara University, 18 December 2007.

376. ‘In absentia Proceedings before International Criminal Tribunals’, Expert Meeting on International Criminal Procedure, University of Amsterdam, 18 January 2008.

377. ‘The First Trial at the International Criminal Court’, Danish Institute of Human Rights, Copenhagen, 26 February 2008.

378. ‘The Human Rights Council, A Progress Report on the First Two Years’, University of Tehran, 1 March 2008.

379. ‘Capital Punishment and the International Criminal Court’, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, 2 March 2008.

380. ‘Non-refoulement’, School of International Relations, Tehran, 3 March 2008. ‘Capital Punishment and the International Criminal Court’, School of

381. International Relations, Tehran, 3 March 2008.

382. ‘The Mental Element of the Crime of Genocide’, Marie Curie Network Conference, Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies, The Hague, 15 March 2008.

383. ‘Black Lists of the Security Council and the European Union’, Conference on "Anti-terrorist measures and human rights", Parliamentary Assembly, Council of Europe, Athens, 28 March 2008.

384. ‘The European Union and the Abolition of Capital Punishment’, National University of Ireland Galway, 21 March 2008.

385. ‘International Law and Capital Punishment’, Dalian Maritime University, Dalian, China, 9 May 2008.

386. ‘Prosecutorial Discretion v. Judicial Activism at the International Criminal Court’, Conference on ‘New Vistas in International Criminal Justice’, Robert Schumann Centre, Florence, 16 May 2008.

387. ‘Transfer and Extradition of Genocide Suspects to Rwanda’, Conference on The Extradition of Rwandese Genocide Suspects to Rwanda: Issues and Challenges, Belgian Parliament, Brussels, 1 July 2008.

388. ‘The Right to Benefit from Scientific Progress’, Diplomatic Conference, European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation, Venice, 19 July 2008.

389. ‘Raphael Lemkin, Srebrenica and Darfur’, Raphael Lemkin Memorial Conference, Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw, 19 September 2008.

390. ‘Substantive Elements of the Crime of Aggression and Contemporary Case Studies’, War Crimes Research Symposium, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland, 26 September 2008.

391. ‘The International Movement to Abolish the Death Penalty’, Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah, 2 October 2008.

392. ‘“Most Serious Crimes” and Imposition of the Death Penalty’, High-level seminar on the Impact of International Conventions Towards China’s Death Penalty Reform, Beijing, 30 October 2008.

393. ‘The Universal Declaration of Human Rights: From Declaration to Implementation’, Global Political Forum, Bosco Marengo, Italy, 6 November 2008.

394. ‘The Genocide Convention at 60’, Marangopoulos Foundation for Human Rights and Hellenic Branch of the International Law Association, Athens, 12 November 2008.

395. ‘Holocaust Denial and the Law’, Remarque Institute, École normale supérieure, Paris, 14 November 2008.

396. ‘The Right to Life in Armed Conflict’, Geneva Academy of Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, Geneva, 19 November 2008.

397. ‘From the Holocaust to the genocide convention – a human rights learning process’, Foundation ‘Remembrance, Responsibility and Future’, Nuremberg, 20 November 2008.

398. ‘What We Should Change about the Genocide Convention’, Doughty Street Chambers, London, 2 December 2008.

399. ‘Genocide Before 1948’, University of Marburg, Germany, 4 December 2008.

400. ‘Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity: Clarifying the Relationship’, Amsterdam Centre for International Law, The Hague, 8 December 2008.

401. ‘Raphael Lemkin and the Genocide Convention’, Musée des droits de l’homme, Paris, 9 December 2008.

402. ‘What is Genocide?’, Regional Forum on the Prevention of Genocide, Buenos Aires, 12 December 2008.

403. ‘The UN Genocide Convention: A suitable instrument for the prevention of genocide? A critical analysis’, Gesellschaft für bedrohte Völker, Bern, 15 December 2008.

404. ‘Human Dignity in Interrogations’, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 6 January 2009.

405. ‘The Genocide Convention at 60’, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 7 January 2009.

406. ‘An International Perspective on the Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Japan Federation of Bar Associations, Tokyo, 9 January 2009.

407. ‘Current Issues at the International Criminal Court’, Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, 10 January 2009.

408. ‘Keynote Address’, Seminar in honour of President Philippe Kirsch, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Hague, 6 February 2009.

409. ‘The First Trial at the International Criminal Court’, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK, 11 February 2009.

410. ‘The Limits to Criminal Liability of State Actors. Is Victor’s Justice Still With Us?’, International Studies Association Annual Convention, New York City, 15 February 2009.

411. ‘The International Criminal Court and non-Party States’, Faculty of Law, University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, 17 February 2009.

412. ‘Crimes Within the Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court’, Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Lima, 26 February 2009.

413. ‘Darfur, Gaza and the International Criminal Court’, International Development Society, University College Cork, 4 March 2009.

414. ‘Bringing Perpetrators of the Rwandan Genocide to Justice: Fifteen Years, and the Job is Still not Finished’, University of Toronto, 21 March 2009.

415. ‘Tackling Discrimination as a Precursor to Genocide’, West Point Centre for the Rule of Law, New York, 17 April 2009.

416. ‘The Right to Benefit from Scientific Progress’, Conference on Human Rights and Forensic Science, Galway, Ireland, 25 April 2009.

417. ‘Writing About Atrocity’, Anne Kennedy Memorial Lecture, Cuirt Literary Festival, Galway, Ireland, 25 April 2009.

418. ‘Victims and Access to Justice’, EU-China Human Rights Seminar, Prague, 12 May 2009.

419. ‘International Criminal Procedure and the Search for Truth’, International Association of Procedural Law, Toronto, 4 June 2009.

420. ‘The United Kingdom and Coercive Interrogation Techniques in Iraq’, Baha Mousa Annual Lecture, London, 30 June 2009.

421. ‘The Future of the International Criminal Court’, National University of Mexico, 25 August 2009.

422. ‘The Genocide Convention After Sixty Years’, Haigazian University, Beirut, 3 September 2009.

423. ‘Defining Genocide’, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 26 September 2009. ‘The Role of the International Criminal Court in Occupied Territories’,

424. University of Cyprus, Nicosia, 30 September 2009.

425. ‘The Crime of Aggression’, The International Association for the Protection of Human Rights in Cyprus, Limassol, 3 October 2009.

426. ‘International Law and the Death Penalty’, Irish-American Exchange on Human Rights, Notre Dame University, South Bend, Indiana, 9 October 2009.

427. ‘Chinese Ratification of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Capital Punishment’, Beijing Normal University, 17 October 2009.

428. ‘International Criminal Tribunals and Ethical Behaviour of Judges’, Centre for International Governance Innovation, Waterloo, Canada, 19 October 2009.

429. ‘La peine de mort et le droit européen des droits de l’homme’, Université de Montpellier I, 6 November 2009.

430. ‘Raphael Lemkin and the Codification of Genocide’, Centre for Jewish History, New York City, 15 November 2009.

431. ‘Abolition of the Death Penalty: Strategies’, Centre de Estudios Politicos y Constitutionales, Madrid, 10 December 2009.

432. ‘Développements généraux du concept de la justice transitionnelle’, European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation, Venice, 14 December 2009.

433. ‘The Human Rights to Peace’, Expert Workshop on the Right of Peoples to Peace, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, Geneva, 16 December 2008.

434. ‘The Proprio Motu Power of the ICC Prosecutor: Finally?’, Faculty of Law, University of Leuven, 17 December 2009.

435. ‘Human Rights and Decentralization’, National Centre for Human Rights, Amman, Jordan, 5 January 2010.

436. ‘The European Court of Human Rights and International Criminal Law’, University of Cardiff, 3 February 2010.

437. ‘Retroactivity and the Genocide Convention’, St Thomas University School of Law, Minneapolis, 5 February 2010.

438. ‘The Complaint to the International Criminal Court concerning Canadian Conduct in Afghanistan’, Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, 8 February 2010.

439. ‘International Law and Capital Punishment’, Irish Cultural Centre, Paris, 10 February 2010.

440. ‘Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity, Applying the Concepts to the Past’ Hinckley Institute of Politics, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, 16 February 2010.

441. ‘The Future of International Human Rights’, International Studies Association, New Orleans, 17 February 2010.

442. ‘The Influence of the Case Law of the European Court of Human Rights on (International) Criminal Law’, University of Geneva, 19 February 2010.

443. ‘Victor’s Justice: Case Selection by International Criminal Tribunals’, Annual Spring Lecture, University of Nottingham, 2 March 2010.

444. ‘What’s in a Word? Atrocity Crimes and the “Genocide” Label’, Hugo Valentin Annual Lecture, University of Uppsala, Sweden, 16 March 2010.

445. ‘Le droit à l’égalité et le Pacte international relatif aux droits civils et politiques’, Barreau du Québec, Montréal, 25 March 2010.

446. ‘International Criminal Justice Education and the Rule of Law’, United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, 13 April 2010.

447. ‘Victor’s Justice: Selection of Situations at the International Criminal Court’, John Marshall School of Law, Chicago, 23 April 2010.

448. ‘The Review Conference of the International Criminal Court’, Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict, University of Oxford, 27 April 2010.

449. ‘Les procedures spéciales du Conseil des droits de l’homme’, Université de Paris II Panthéon-Assas, 3 May 2010.

450. ‘Respect, Protect and Fulfill: A Human Rights Based Approach to Peacebuilding’, Donegal County Development Board, Letterkenny, 26 May 2010.

451. ‘The Review Conference of the International Criminal Court’, International Law Association, Dublin, 15 June 2010.

452. ‘The Status of the Death Penalty’, Istanbul University, 7 July 2010.

453. ‘The Status of the Death Penalty’, Instituto Brasileiro de Ciéncias Criminais, São Paulo, 27 August 2010.

454. ‘Incorporation of the Crime of Aggression in the Rome Statute: A Great Step Forward’, Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, New York, 31 August 2010.

455. ‘The Goldstone Report’, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland, 10 September 2010.

456. ‘Building the Narrative: The UN Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone’, Cardozo Law School, New York City, 17 September 2010.

457. ‘Racial Profiling’, Global Conference on Human Rights and Diverse Societies, McGill University, Montreal, 9 October 2010.

458. ‘The Right to Peace’, tenth anniversary conference, Irish Centre for Human Rights, Galway, 20 November 2010.

459. ‘The Presumption of Innocence and the International Criminal Tribunals’, Dublin Institute of Technology, 27 November 2010.

460. ‘Law, History and Genocide’, Conference hosted by the Armenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Yerevan, 13 December 2010.

461. ‘Du Pacte au Protocole II : L’abolition de la peine de mort’, Université de Paris II (Panthéon-Assas), 16 December 2010.

462. ‘Katyn  at  Nuremberg’,  Conference  on  ‘Katyn:  Justice  Delayed  or  Justice Denied, Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Cleveland, 4 February 2011.

463. ‘Gaza, Goldstone and the International Criminal Court’, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, 17 February 2011.

464. ‘Truth Commissions and their Contribution to Transitional Justice’, Kawakibi Democracy Transition Centre, Tunis, 24 February 2011.

465. ‘Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights’, Legal Transformation Centre, Minsk, 26 February 2011.

466. ‘The Next Decade of the International Criminal Court: Some Concerns’, University of Salzburg, 18 March 2011.

467. ‘Drug Offences and the Death Penalty’, Middle Summary Conference on Promoting the Death Penalty Reform in China (Yunnan Pilot), Research Centre for Criminal Law of Wuhan University, Beijing, 26 March 2011.

468. ‘International Developments on the Death Penalty’, National Judges College, Beijing, 28 March 2011.

469. ‘Victors’ Justice: Selecting Targets for Prosecution at the International Criminal Tribunals’, Casten Centre for Human Rights, Monash University, Melbourne, 1 June 2011.

470. ‘Ding Dong the Witch is Dead: Dealing with Tyrants Under International Law’, Sean Lester Memorial Lecture, Irish Society of International Law, Dublin, 8 June 2011.

471. ‘Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity and the Need for the New Convention’, International Humanitarian Law Dialogs, Chautauqua, New York, 29 August 2011.

472. ‘The Eichmann Trial and its Contribution to the Law of Genocide’, Perspectives on Genocide, The Adolf Eichmann Trial – Looking Back 50 Years Later, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, 16 September 2011.

473. ‘The Death Penalty and International Legal Standards’, Guangzhou, China, 18 September 2011.

474. ‘The Death Penalty and International Legal Standards’, Kunming, China, 20 September 2011.

475. ‘Proving Genocidal Intent: Is it Really So Difficult?’, Aubrey Newman Lecture, University of Leicester, 21 September 2011.

476. ‘Understanding Genocidal Intent’, University of Leicester, 22 September 2011.

477. ‘Transitional Justice and International Law’, Autumn Bi-Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of International Law, Kwansei Gakuin University, Osaka, 8 October 2011.

478. ‘The Arab Spring and the International Criminal Court’, Canadian Council for International Law, Ottawa, 5 November 2011.

479. ‘The Status of Capital Punishment’, Academic Council of the United Nations System, Vienna, 9 November 2011.

480. ‘Human Rights and the Legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia’, Legacy Conference of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, The Hague, 15 November 2011.

481. ‘Unimaginable Atrocities: The Future of International Criminal Tribunals’, University College Dublin, 18 November 2011.

482. ‘The History of Crimes against Humanity’, Annual Conference of the Chambers of 9 Bedford Row, London, 19 November 2011.

483. ‘The International Criminal Court and the Protection of Civilians’, Conference on International Humanitarian Law, International Committee of the Red Cross and NAM Centre for Human Rights and Cultural Diversity, Tehran, 23 November 2011.

484. ‘Reforming the Death Penalty in China’, China-UN Seminar on Human Rights, Hangzhou, 2 December 2011.

485. ‘The Future of the International Criminal Court’, Centre for Law, Ethics and Globalisation Annual Lecture, University of Southampton School of Law, 2 February 2012.

486. ‘The first decade of the International Criminal Court’, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 14 February 2012.

487. ‘International Criminal Law: Only for the Winners?’, Human Rights Research and Education Centre, University of Ottawa, 29 February 2012.

488. ‘The Next Utopia and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights’, McMaster University, Hamilton, 2 March 2012.

489. ‘The Arab Spring’, Law Society of Ireland, Dublin, 12 March 2012.

490. ‘Judicial Activism and International Humanitarian Law’, London School of Economics, 14 March 2012.

491. ‘The Principle of Legality: Fictional Adherence or Judicial Straitjacket?’, Leiden University, Hague Institute for Global Justice, 21 March 2012.

492. ‘Transfer of Cases from the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to the Rwandan Courts’, Catholic University of Leuven, 22 March 2012.

493. ‘The ICTY and Genocide: Clarity and Confusion’, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 26 March 2012.

494. ‘Victors’ Justice’, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, 27 March 2012. ‘International Trends’, Death Penalty Symposium 2012, Towards Death

495. Penalty Abolition: European Experience and Asian Perspectives, European

496. Union, Tokyo, 18 April 2012.

497. ‘The International Criminal Court and International Peace and Security’, Free University of Amsterdam, 14 May 2012.

498. ‘The Distinction between International and Transnational Crimes’, International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences, Siracusa, Italy, 21 May 2012.

499. ‘The Future of the International Criminal Court’, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, London, 21 June 2012.

500. ‘The Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice on the Separation Wall’, Bethlehem University, Palestine, 9 July 2012.

501. ‘The International Criminal Court at Ten’, Embassy of France, The Hague, 11 July 2012.

502. ‘The Status of the Death Penalty’, Max Planck Institute for International and Comparative Criminal Law, Freiburg, 26 July 2012.

503. ‘The Eichmann Trial and International Law’, University of Toronto, 10 September 2012.

504. ‘Transitional  Justice:  Challenges  and  Difficulties’,  European  Society  of Criminology Annual Meeting, Bilbao, 13 September 2012.

505. ‘Politics and the Challenges to the International Criminal Court in its Second Decade’, Peace Palace, The Hague, 27 September 2012.

506. ‘The International Criminal Court at its Tenth Anniversary’, Museen der stadt nürnberg, Nuremberg, 5 October 2012.

507. ‘Abolition of the Death Penalty in the Arab World’, International Bar Association, Rabat, 19 October 2012.

508. ‘Les enjeux de la justice internationale’, École nationale de la magistrature, Paris, 23 October 2012.

509. ‘Revolution and International Law’, Chatham House, London, 1 November 2012.

510. ‘Jurisprudence of the International Criminal Court in its First Decade’, Washington University, St. Louis, 12 November 2012.

511. ‘The International Criminal Court at Ten’, University of Copenhagen, 14 November 2012.

512. ‘Recent Developments and Prospects of International Justice’, University of Leeds, 23 November 2012.

513. ‘European Paths to Reform and Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Beijing Normal University, 15 December 2012.

514. ‘The Three Charters: International Law Making in the Post-War Crucible’, Leiden University (Inaugural Lecture), 25 January 2013.

515. ‘Paix, sécurité et la Cour pénale internationale’, Université de Paris II, 1 February 2013.

516. ‘The First Decade of the International Criminal Court’, Florida International University, Miami, 6 February 2013.

517. ‘Human Rights and Culture’, Willson Center for Humanities and Arts, University of Georgia, Athens, 7 February 2013.

518. ‘Binding or Non-Binding? The Universal Declaration of Human Rights’, Dean Rusk Center for International Law and Policy, University of Georgia, Athens, 7 February 2013.

519. ‘Palestine, Israel and the International Criminal Court’, City of The Hague, 14 February 2013.

520. ‘Armenia and the Ratification of the Rome Statute’, Yerevan, 6 April 2013. ‘Reconciliation and International Justice’, Thematic Debate, United Nations

521. General Assembly, 10 April 2013.

522. ‘Keynote Address: Human Rights, the European Union and Emerging Powers’, European Parliament, 30 April 2013.

523. ‘The Binding Force of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights’, University of East London, 1 May 2013.

524. ‘Palestine and the International Criminal Court’, Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights, Garden Court Chambers, London, 1 May 2013.

525. ‘The Right to Life in Armed Conflict’, International Conference on International Humanitarian Law, St. Petersburg, 30 May 2013.

526. ‘The UN War Crimes Commission and the proposed international criminal court’, School for Oriental and African Studies, London, 10 September 2013.

527. ‘Vingt années d’activités en droit international pénal’, Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-neuve, 3 October 2013.

528. ‘Africa, the Middle East and International Criminal Justice’, Special Tribunal for Lebanon, The Hague, 16 October 2013.

529. ‘La peine capitale: bilan global’, École normale supérieure, Paris, 18 October 2013.

530. ‘Global Overview of Capital Punishment’, Thailand Ministry of Justice and United Nations Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights Conference on the Death Penalty in South East Asia, Bangkok, 22 October 2013.

531. ‘The Role of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court’, Free University of Brussels, 24 October 2013.

532. ‘Universal Abolition: Only a Decade Away’, The Death Penalty Project, Inner Temple, London, 28 January 2014.

533. ‘Mediation, Truth Commissions and International Courts’, Max Planck Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt, 5 February 2014.

534. ‘London, World War II and the Birth of the International Criminal Court, Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Court, The Hague, 13 March 2014.

535. ‘Culture, Progress and Human Rights’, University of Fribourg, 24 May 2014. ‘The European Union and Global Abolition of Capital Punishment’, University

536. of Cyprus, 26 May 2014.

537. ‘Contested Histories and International Tribunals: From Katyn to Operation Storm’, National Archives of the Netherlands, The Hague, 19 June 2014.

538. ‘The Soering case and Capital Punishment’, Gray’s Inn, London, 20 June 2014.

539. ‘The Future of the United Nations Human Rights System’, International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences, Siracusa, Italy, 6 September 2014.

540. ‘L’avenir de la Cour pénale internationale’, Université Laval, Quebec City, 11 September 2014.

541. ‘Complementarity, the ICC and State’s Duties to Exercise Criminal Jurisdiction over International Crimes’, Service Prosecuting Authority Conference, RAF Northolt, London, 25 September 2014.

542. ‘International Criminal Law and the European Court of Human Rights’, Scottish Centre for International Law, University of Edinburgh, 30 September 2014.

543. ‘Abolition of the Death Penalty in International Treaties’, Inter-American Court of Human Rights, San Jose, Costa Rica, 11 October 2014.

544. ‘The UN Commission of Inquiry on Gaza’, School of Law, Yale University, 29 October 2014.

545. ‘Executing the Innocent’, Faculty of Law, Beijing Normal University, 7 February 2015.

546. ’Victors’ Justice and Double Standards: The Politics of International Justice’, Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, 19 March 2015.

547. ‘The Status of the Death Penalty’, Human Dimension Committee, Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe, Vienna, 24 March 2015.

548. ‘The International Criminal Court and the and the Future of the Israeli- Palestinian Conflict’, American Society of International Law Annual Meeting, Washington, 10 April 2015.

549. ‘The Status of the Death Penalty’, 13th United Nations Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Doha, Qatar, 15 April 2015.

550. ‘Crimes Against Humanity and Genocide’, Global Forum on Genocide, Yerevan, 22 April 2015.

551. ‘Human  Rights,  Transitional  Justice  and  the  Colombian  Peace  Process’, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota, 4 May 2015.

552. ‘Human Rights Law in Armed Conflict’, Université de Montréal, 9 June 2015. ‘The Customary International Law of Human Rights’, University of Oslo, 17

553. June 2015.

554. ‘International Criminal Proceedings Update: The Rome Statute, the International Criminal Court, the Ad Hoc International Tribunals and Domestic Prosecutions of International Crime’, International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 21 June 2015.

555. ‘Is  there  a  Future  for  International  Criminal  Justice?’,  Transitional  Justice Institute and Pat Finucane Centre, Belfast, 23 June 2015.

556. ‘Customary International Law and Capital Punishment’, University Castilla-la Mancha, Toledo, 8 September 2015.

557. ‘Nuremberg and the Crime of Aggression’, Washington University School of Law, St. Louis, 11 September 2015.

558. ‘Keynote address: Palestinian Prisoners in Israeli Prisons’, Conference on Protection of Prisoners and Detainees, Palestinian Bar Association, Amman, Jordan, 15 September 2015.

559. ‘Origins of the International Criminal Court: London 1941-1945’, Boston College - Ireland, Dublin, 25 September 2015.

560. ‘Legal Issues Relating to Preliminary Examinations at the International Criminal Court’, Grotius Centre, The Hague, 29 September 2015.

561. ‘Genocide: Legal Developments’, International Bar Association Annual Meeting, Vienna, 7 October 2015.

562. ‘Cyprus and the International Criminal Court’, European Parliament, Brussels, 20 October 2015.

563. ‘The legality of weapons and targeting in the context of modern warfare’, Scuola Ufficiali Carabinieri, Rome, 23 October 2015.

564. ‘100 Years of Crimes Against Humanity: From the Armenian Genocide to a New Convention’, FES Acatlán, UNAM, Mexico City, 28 October 2015.

565. ‘History, the Right to Truth and Retroactivity’, Universidad Panamericana, Mexico City, 30 October 2015.

566. ‘Sir Geoffrey Lawrence and the Nuremberg Trial’, Inner Temple, London, 20 November 2015.

567. ‘Statutory Limitation on the Right to Truth?’, Netherlands Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Peace Palace, The Hague, 10 December 2015.

568. ‘The Amicus Curiae and the International Criminal Tribunals’, Leiden University, The Hague, 18 January 2016.

569. ‘The Trial of the Kaiser’, University of Glasgow, 20 January 2016.

570. ‘Captivity, Human Rights and Music’, Music for Galway winter festival, Galway, 22 January 2016.

571. ‘Le droit à la vérité à la lumière de la jurisprudence récente de la Cour européenne des droits de l’homme: Y-a-t-il un délai de prescription’, Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II, 9 February 2016.

572. ‘The right to truth: The temporal aspect’, International Law Association, Dublin, 18 February 2016.

573. ‘Commissions of Inquiry and the Human Rights Council’, Irish Department of Foreign Affairs, Dublin, 19 February 2016.

574. ‘Justice pénale international et politiques de puissance’, Centre Thucydide, Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II, 25 February 2016.

575. ‘The Death Penalty’, Conference on cruel and unusual punishment, Concordia University, Montreal, 1 April 2016.

576. ‘Genocide and the Protection of Refugees’, Global Forum on Genocide, Yerevan, 23 April 2016.

577. ‘Criminal sanctions under international human rights law’, Ministry of Law and Human Rights seminar, Bogor, Indonesia, 2 May 2016.

578. ‘Security and Human Rights: the new challenges of the 21st century’, Universidad del Pais Vasco, Bilbao, 5 May 2016.

579. ‘The European Convention on Human Rights and its Contribution to a “Unified Understanding” of the Rule of Law: Critical Perspectives’, Kadir Has University Faculty of Law, Istanbul, 17 May 2016.

580. ‘The Katyn Massacre and the Nuremberg Trial’, University of Copenhagen, 10 June 2016.

581. ‘Al Mahdi has Pleaded Guilty to a Crime he did not Commit’, Case Western Reserve School of Law, Cleveland, 16 September 2016.

582. ‘Reflections on the Nuremberg Trial’, International Humanitarian Law Dialogues, Nuremberg, 30 September 2016.

583. ‘The Status of the Death Penalty around the World’, Japanese Federation of Bar Associations, Fukui, Japan, 6 October 2016.

584. ‘The Status of the Death Penalty around the World’, Ryukoko University School of Law, Kyoto, 7 October 2016.

585. ‘Statutory Limitation of the Right to Truth?’, University of Liverpool School of Law, 13 October 2016.

586. ‘China and Universal Periodic Review’, Institute of Law, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, 22 October 2016.

587. ‘Keynote speech, The Nuremberg Principles’, Nuremberg Principles Academy Annual Conference, Nuremberg, 4 November 2016.

588. ‘Legal Qualification of the Wola Massacre’, University of Warsaw, 9 November 2016.

589. ‘Human Rights in 2066’, TEDxZurich, 11 November 2016.

590. ‘Courts, Commissions and the Right to Truth’, NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust, and Genocide Studies/University of Amsterdam, 1 December 2016.

591. ‘Concluding Report’, Asia-Pacific Workshop on the drafting of a convention on the prevention and punishment of crimes against humanity, National University of Singapore, 13 December 2016.

592. ‘The threat of jurisdictions returning to the death penalty’, All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Abolition of the Death Penalty, Parliament, 24 January 2017

593. ‘Keynote speech, The World in Crisis’, International Bar Association Conference on International Criminal Justice, The Hague, 4 February 2017.

594. ‘The Future of the International Criminal Court’, Lodhi Memorial Lecture, St.

595. Thomas University, Fredericton, NB, Canada, 16 February 2017.

596. ‘Three genocides of the twentieth century’, Mémorial de la Shoah, Scottsdale Community College, Scottsdale, Arizona, 8 March 2017.

597. ‘The International Criminal Court at Fifteen’, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK, 15 March 2017.

598. ‘International Law and the Rights of the Dead’, London School of Economics, 22 March 2017.

599. ‘”The Murder of Edith Cavell”, by George Bellows’, University of Nottingham, 31 March 2017.

600. ‘International Law and the Death Penalty’, University of Texas, Austin, 8 April 2017.

601. ‘Human Rights in the Age of Trump’, Birmingham City University, 10 May 2017.

602. ‘The International Criminal Court at Fifteen’, Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK, 12 June 2017.

603. ‘Human Rights and International Criminal Law’, University of Palermo, 30 June 2017.

604. ‘International Criminal Law in a Time of Crisis’, Society of Legal Scholars, University College Dublin, 7 September 2017.

605. ‘The  Future  of  International  Justice?’,  McGill  University  Faculty  of  Law, Montreal, 14 September 2017.

606. ‘Canada 150: Grappling with Diversity’, Université de Montréal, 16 September 2017.

607. ‘Embargo: A Legitimate Tool?’, Conference on Blockade against Qatar, New York City, 20 September 2017.

608. ‘Human Rights and Illicit Trade’, Financial Times Conference on Combating Illicit Trade, London, 27 September 2017.

609. ‘Developments towards Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Thai Department of Justice, Bangkok, 16 October 2017.

610. ‘International Crimes’, Royal Dutch Academy, Amsterdam, 26 October 2017. ‘Sir Nigel Rodley and Current Challenges for Human Rights’, University of

611. Cincinnati, 28 October 2017.

612. ‘Genocide and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia’, ICTY Legacy Conference, The Hague, 18 December 2017.

613. ‘A World Court of Human Rights’, European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg, 9 March 2018.

614. ‘Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity’, London School of Economics, 15 March 2018.

615. ‘The Genocide Convention at 70’, Patrick Thornberry Annual Lecture, Keele University, Stoke-on-Trent, 19 April 2018.

616. ‘Origin and Meaning of the Gravity Threshold in the Rome Statute’, University of Westminster, London, 11 May 2018.

617. ‘The Principle of Legality’, Ecole nationale de la magistrature, Paris, 11 June 2018.

618. ‘The Trial of the Kaiser’, University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain, 13 June 2018. ‘The Trial of the Kaiser’, International Law Association, Norway Branch, Oslo, 29August 2018.

619. ‘Rights of Defendants and Rights of Victims’, University of Oslo, 30 August 2018.

620. ‘The Prevention of Genocide’, Norwegian Centre for Studies of Holocaust and Religious Minorities, Oslo, 6 September 2018.

621. ‘The Crime of Genocide’, United Nations Human Rights Council High Level Panel on the 70th Anniversary of the Genocide Convention, Geneva, 13 September 2018.

622. ‘Transitional  Justice  after  the  Velvet  Revolution’,  American  University  of Armenia, Yerevan, 5 October 2018.

623. ‘International Law and the Abolition of Capital Punishment’, Talsky Centre for Human Rights of Women and Children, Michigan State University, East Lansing MI, 8 October 2018.

624. ‘Immunity and the Commission on Responsibilities’, University of Salzburg, 18 October 2018.

625. ‘The Making of the Rome Statute’, International Nuremberg Principles Academy, Nuremberg, 19 October 2018.

626. ‘The Trial of the Kaiser’, King’s College, London, 29 October 2018.

627. ‘The Trial of the Kaiser’, Hellenic Cultural Centre, London, 21 November 2018. ‘The Trial of the Kaiser’, Vereniging voor Internationale Relaties, Brussels, 26

628. November 2018.

629. ‘The International Rule of Law and the Role of the European Union’, Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van Belgie voor Wetenschappen en Kunsten, Brussels, 26 November 2018.

630. ‘The Trial of the Kaiser’, Catholic University of Leuven (KUL), 27 November 2018.

631. ‘Lemkin’s Vision and the Convention’, Instytut Pilecklego, University of Warsaw, 3 December 2018.

632. ‘The Binding Force of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights’, The Graduate Institute, Geneva, 5 December 2018.

633. ‘The Trial of the Kaiser’, International Law Association, University College London, 6 December 2018.

634. ‘The Genocide Convention at 70’, Global Forum on the Prevention of Genocide, Yerevan, 10 December 2018.

635. ‘John Humphrey, le Canada, et l’adoption de la Déclaration universelle des droits de l’homme’, Archives diplomatiques française, Paris, 11 December 2018.

636. ‘The Trial of the Kaiser’, Université de Paris X – Nanterre, 17 December 2018. ‘Genocide, the Holocaust, and Racial Supremacy’, National University of

637. Ireland Galway, 23 January 2019.

638. ‘The Trial of the Kaiser’, University of Leicester, 30 January 2019.

639. ‘The League of Nations and International Criminal Justice’, University of Leicester, 31 January 2019.

640. ‘The Trial of the Kaiser’, Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Court, The Hague, 13 February 2019.

 

Supervision of research students:

  1. Geert-Jan Alexander Knoops, PhD, The Prosecution and Defence of Peacekeepers under International Criminal Law, National University of Ireland Galway, 2005. Thesis published: The Prosecution and Defence of Peacekeepers under International Criminal Law. Ardsley, New York: Transnational Publishers, 2004.
  2. Shane Darcy, PhD, Collective Responsibility in International Law, National University of Ireland Galway, 2005. Thesis published: Collective Responsibility in International Law. The Hague: Transnational Publishers, 2006.
  3. Mohamed El-Zeidy, PhD, The Principle of Complementarity in International Criminal Law, National University of Ireland Galway, 2007. Thesis published: The Principle of Complementarity in International Criminal Law, Origin, Development and Practice, The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008.
  4. Kamran Hashemi, PhD, Religious Legal Traditions, International Human Rights Law and Muslim States, National University of Ireland Galway, 2007. Thesis published: Religious Legal Traditions, International Human Rights Law and Muslim States, The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2008.
  5. Vivienne O’Connor, PhD, Model Codes for Post-Conflict Criminal Justice’: A Tool to Enhance the Substance and Process of Post-Conflict Criminal Law Reform, National University of Ireland Galway, 2007.
  6. Mohamed Elewa Badar, PhD, The Concept of Mens Rea in International Criminal Law, National University of Ireland Galway, 2007. Thesis published: The Concept of Mens Rea in International Criminal Law: The Case for a Unified Approach, Oxford: Hart, 2013.
  7. Daniel Aguirre, PhD, Economic Globalisation and the Tripartite Realisation of the Right to Development, Galway, 2007. Thesis published: The Human Right to Development in a Globalised World, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008.
  8. Anthony Cullen, PhD, The Concept of Non-International Armed Conflict in International Humanitarian Law, National University of Ireland Galway, 2007. Thesis published: The Concept of Non-International Armed Conflict in International Humanitarian Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.
  9. Hitomi Takemura, PhD, International Human Right to Conscientious Objection to Military Service and Individual Duties to Disobey Manifestly Illegal Orders, National University of Ireland Galway, 2007. Thesis published: International Human Right to Conscientious Objection to Military Service and Individual Duties to Disobey Manifestly Illegal Orders, Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Verlag, 2009.
  10. Carlo Tiribelli, PhD, Surrender, Not Extradition: Transferring Offenders in a New International Context, National University of Ireland Galway, 2008.
  11. Roja Fazaeli, PhD, The Fifth Generation of Islamic Feminists, National University of Ireland Galway, 2008.
  12. Chris McDermott, PhD, An Investigation into the Emergence of Regional Customary International Law Obligations to Protect Persons Trafficked into the European Union for the Purpose of Sexual Exploitation, National University of Ireland Galway, 2009.
  13. Gerald Gahima, PhD, Rwanda: Accountability for Atrocity, National University of Ireland Galway, 2010. Thesis published: Transitional Justice in Rwanda: Accountability for Atrocity, London & New York: Routledge, 2012.
  14. Joseph Sebarenzi, PhD, Beyond Gacaca Courts: Restorative Justice in Rwanda, National University of Ireland Galway, 2010.
  15. Khadeija Mahgoub, PhD, The Right of the Child to Survival and Development: Reflections on Article 6(2) of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, National University of Ireland Galway, 2010. Thesis published: The International Law on the Right of the Child to Survival and Development, Antwerp: Intersentia, 2016.
  16. Maria Varaki, PhD, The Interests of Justice. The Quest for Fine Balance at the International Criminal Court, National University of Ireland Galway, 2010.
  17. Nicolaos Strapatsas, PhD, The Supreme International Crime: Aggression Under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, National University of Ireland Galway, 2011.
  18. Fannie Lafontaine, PhD, Prosecuting International Crimes in Canadian Courts: Where International Law Meets Domestic Law, National University of Ireland Galway, 2011. Thesis published: Prosecuting Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes in Canadian Courts, Toronto: Carswell, 2012.
  19. Nancie Prud’homme, PhD, International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law: From Separation to Complementary Application, National University of Ireland Galway, 2011.
  20. Aimé Muyoboke Karimunda, PhD, The Abolition of the Death Penalty in Africa, National University of Ireland Galway, 2011. Thesis published: The Death Penalty in Africa, The Path Toward Abolition, Abingdon, UK: Ashgate, 2014.
  21. Kjell Anderson, PhD, The Dehumanisation Dynamic: A Criminology of Genocide, National University of Ireland Galway, 2011. Thesis published: The Criminology of Genocide: Killing Without Consequence, London & New York: Routledge, 2017.
  22. Alfred Mwenedata, PhD, De la promotion et protection de droits humains dans le contexte du VIH/SIDA : facteur limitant la propagation de l’épidémie ?, National University of Ireland Galway, 2011.
  23. Brendan Tobin, PhD, Why Customary Law Matters. Indigenous Peoples’ Customary Laws and Human Rights, National University of Ireland Galway, 2011. Thesis published: Indigenous Peoples, Customary Law and Human Rights: Why Living Law Matters, London & New York: Routledge, 2014.
  24. Wibke Timmermann, PhD, Hate Speech and Incitement in International Criminal Law, National University of Ireland Galway, 2011. Thesis published: Incitement in International Law, London and New York: Routledge, 2014.
  25. Mario Silva, PhD, Failed and Failing States: Causes and Conditions, National University of Ireland Galway, 2012. Thesis published: State Legitimacy and Failure in International Law, Leiden: Brill, 2014.
  26. Fidelma Donlon, PhD, The Completion Strategies of the International Criminal Tribunals: The former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone, National University of Ireland Galway, 2012.
  27. Harry Rhea, PhD, The United States and the International Criminal Tribunals, National University of Ireland Galway 2012. Thesis published: The United States and the International Criminal Tribunals, Antwerp: Intersentia, 2012.
  28. Annabel Egan, PhD, Constructive Engagement and Human Rights: The Case of EU Policy Towards China, National University of Ireland Galway, 2012.
  29. Yvonne McDermott, PhD, The Right to a Fair Trial in International Criminal Law, National University of Ireland Galway, 2013. Thesis published: Fairness in International Criminal Trials, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.
  30. Christina Szurlej, PhD, Universal Periodic Review, Middlesex University, 2013.
  31. Lars Waldorf, PhD, Mass Justice for Mass Atrocity: Transitional Justice and Illiberal Peace-Building in Rwanda, National University of Ireland Galway, 2014.
  32. Stefanie Heinrich, PhD, Transitional Justice in East Timor: Done and Dusted,
  33. National University of Ireland Galway, 2014.
  34. Dang Heping, PhD, Public Opinion and Human Rights, National University of Ireland Galway, 2014. Thesis published: International Law, Human Rights and Public Opinion, The Role of the State in Educating on Human Rights Standards, London: Routledge, 2017.
  35. James Nyawo, PhD, Selective Enforcement and International Criminal Law: The International Criminal Court and Africa, Middlesex University, 2014. Thesis published: Selective Enforcement and International Criminal Law, Antwerp: Intersentia, 2017.
  36. Rick Lines, PhD, The ‘Fifth Stage’ of Drug Control: International Law, Dynamic Interpretation and Human Rights, Middlesex University, 2014. Thesis published: Drug Control and Human Rights in International Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.
  37. Giulia Pecorella, PhD, The United States and the Crime of Aggression, Middlesex University, 2014.
  38. Margaret de Guzman, PhD, Shocking the Conscience of Humanity: Gravity and the Legitimacy of International Criminal Law, National University of Ireland Galway, 2014.
  39. Bi Yingxi, PhD, Drug Control Policies and Human Rights, National University of Ireland Galway, 2015.
  40. Izevbuwa Kehinde, PhD, The Impact of International Criminal Courts and Tribunals in the Commonwealth, Middlesex University, 2015.
  41. Tatiana Bachvarova. PhD, The Standing of Victims in the Procedural Design of the International Criminal Court, Middlesex University, 2015. Thesis published: The Standing of Victims in the Procedural Design of the International Criminal Court, The Hague: Brill, 2017.
  42. Josepha Close. PhD, The International Legal Status of Amnesties Granted for Serious International Crimes: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, Middlesex University, 2016.
  43. Daphne Demetriou, PhD, The International Human Trafficking Framework and Migrant Domestic Workers, Middlesex University, 2016.
  44. Carla deYcaza, PhD, Transitional Justice in Africa: Traditional and Modern Approaches to Addressing Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity, National University of Ireland Galway, 2016.
  45. Joseph Powderly, PhD, The Role of the Judge in the Development of International Criminal Law, National University of Ireland Galway, 2017.
  46. Qadeer Alam, PhD, The Death Penalty in South Asia, Middlesex University, 2017.
  47. Alessandro Tonutti, PhD, The Role of Modern Commissions of Inquiry, Leiden University and the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (Pisa), 2017.
  48. Katarina Pohlod, PhD, The Residual Mechanism of the International Criminal Tribunals, Middlesex University, 2017.
  49. Joseph Jesebiah Mugalula, PhD, The Intractable Refugee Gap in the Nordics: Can Human Rights Make A Difference?, Middlesex University, 2017.
  50. Adnan Sattar, PhD, The Idea of Punishment in International Human Rights Discourse, A Conceptual and Historical Critique, Middlesex University, 2017. Thesis published: Criminal Punishment and Human Rights, Convenient Morality, London: Routledge, 2018.
  51. Caleb Wheeler, PhD, The Right to be Present at Trial, Middlesex University, 2018. Thesis published: The Right to be Present at Trial in International Criminal Law, Brill/Nijhoff: The Hague, 2018.
  52. Michelle Coleman, PhD, The Presumption of Innocence in International Law, Middlesex University, 2018.
  53. Shannonbrooke Murphy, PhD, The Human Right to Resist in International and Constitutional Law, Middlesex University, 2018.
  54. Cho Lucas Yabah, PhD, Autocracies and the Implementation of Human Rights Treaties, The Case of Cameroon and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Middlesex University, 2019.
    1. Representative of the Republic of Cyprus at the Conference on youth and the law for the International Youth Year, Montreal, August 1985.
    2. Commission of Inquiry into Human Rights Violations in Rwanda (mission to Rwanda, 5-25 January 1993), representative of the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development.
    3. Commission of Inquiry on the Humanitarian Situation in the South Sudan (mission to Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, 22 August-3 September 1993), mission sponsored by South Sudan Council of Churches.
    4. Delegation of the Government of Canada to the Implementation Meeting on the Human Dimension, Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, Warsaw, 4-15 October 1993.
    5. Commission of Inquiry into Human Rights Violations in Burundi (mission to Burundi, 25 January - 10 February 1994), mission sponsored International Federation of Human Rights, Africa Watch and other NGOs.
    6. Mission of Inquiry into the Judicial System in Rwanda (mission to Rwanda, 27 November - 6 December 1994), mission sponsored by International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development.
    7. Trial observer, Amnesty International, hearing before the Constitutional Court of South Africa in the matter of Makwanyane and Mchunu v. The State, Johannesburg, South Africa, 15-17 February 1995.
    8. Rapporteur, Expert meeting on humanitarian intervention organized by the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development, Ste- Adèle, Québec, 28 February - 2 March 1995.
    9. Participant, Expert meeting on cultural rights organized by UNESCO and the Council of Europe, Fribourg, Switzerland, 23-25 March 1995.
    10. Course on prosecution for crimes of genocide, given by the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development and the Interafrican Union for Human Rights, Professor and organiser, Kigali, Rwanda, 14-15 June 1995.
    11. Lecturer, Canadian Foundation of Human Rights, Montreal, 1995-1997. Panelist, High Level Symposium on Peace and Development, Problems of
    12. Conflict in Africa, United Nations University, Tokyo, 11-12 October 1995.
    13. Mission to Rwanda to Assist in Developing a Specialized Genocide Tribunal, Rwandan Department of Justice, Kigali, 2-9 March 1996.
    14. Panel Moderator, The European Union and the External Dimension of Human Rights Policy: From Rome to Maastricht and Beyond, Athens, 17 November 1996.
    15. Preparation of course on ‘L'intégrité physique’, including video, given as part of doctoral-level diploma programme offered by AUPELF-UREF, the Université de Nantes and the Université de Paris-X Nanterre, August 1996.
    16. Human Rights Trial Observation Mission to Rwanda (mission to Rwanda, 20 January – 8 February 1997), mission sponsored by Amnesty International.
    17. Member, Mission to analyse the Rwandan judicial system, United States Agency for International Development, Kigali, Rwanda, 7-14 February 1998.
    18. Chair, Coalition for the 50th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Montreal, 1997-1998.
    19. Member, Delegation of the Government of Canada to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, March-April 1998.

Other professional activities:

 

  1. Delegate, International Centre for Criminal Law Reform to the United Nations Diplomatic Conference of Plenipotentiaries on the Establishment of an International Criminal Court, Rome, 15 June – 17 July 1998.
  2. Lecturer, International Committee of the Red Cross, Course on International Humanitarian Law, Lyon (August 1998), Warsaw (July 1999, July 2000, July 2004, July 2006), Modane (2004).
  3. Conception, organization, presentation etc. of a two-week course in human rights (in French), Pearson Peacekeeping Centre, Cornwallis Park, Nova Scotia, 15-30 October 1998.
  4. Lecturer, International Committee of the Red Cross, Advanced Seminar in International Humanitarian Law, Moscow, February 1999, February 2000.
  5. Lecturer, Salzburg Law School on International Criminal Law, 16-27 August 1999, 14-25 August 2000, 8-17 August 2001, 8-17 August 2005, 23
  6. August-10 September 2007; 4 August-14 August 2008, 7-17 August 2009,
  7. 9-19 August 2010, 10-20 August 2011, 9-12 August 2012, 8-11 August
  8. 2013, 12-14 August 2014, 8 August 2015, 6 August 2017.
  9. Mission to Cambodia to study justice system and prospects for prosecution of Khmer Rouge, International Federation of Human Rights, 30 August -10 September 1999.
  10. Lecturer, United Nations Regional Fellowship Programme in International Law for Countries from Central Asia and the Middle East, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), Tehran, 22-23 November 1999.
  11. Expert, OSCE Mission to Kosovo, United Nations Mission in Kosovo, April 2000.
  12. Lecturer, United Nations Fellowship Programme in International Law, United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR), The Hague, 10-13 July 2000.
  13. Lecturer, Institute of International Public Law and International Relations of Thessaloniki, Twenty-ninth session, The New International Criminal Law, 10-14 September 2001.
  14. Delegate of Ireland, Open Meeting of the Contracting Parties to the European Convention on the Recognition of Legal Personality to International Non- Governmental Organisations (ETS 124), Strasbourg, 19-20 November 2001, 20-22 March 2002.
  15. Mission of Inquiry to Chechnya and Ingushetia, International Federation of Human Rights, 17-21 February 2002.
  16. Lecturer, Continuing Legal Education, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Arusha, July 2002.
  17. Lecturer, Erik Castren Institute of Human Rights, University of Helsinki, August 2002.
  18. Lecturer, United Nations University, Tokyo, May 2003.
  19. Lecturer, University of Nottingham, Course on the International Criminal Court, June 2003.
  20. Lecturer, Specialisation Course in International Criminal Law, International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences, Siracusa, Italy, September 2003, May 2005, May 2007, May 2009, May 2011, May 2013, May 2014,
  21. June 2015, June 2016.
  22. Rapporteur, International Law Association Committee on the International Criminal Court, 2002-2010.
  23. Lecturer, Seminar for Iraqi Law Professors, International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences, Siracusa, Italy, July 2004.
  24. Lecturer, Fifth Advanced Workshop on International Human Rights Law for Chinese University Teachers, Law School, Shanghai Jiaotong University, 11- 12 August 2005.
  25. Academic Director, Cinema and Human Rights Summer School, European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation, Venice, 25 August-12 September 2005, 24 August-11 September 2006, 23 August-
  26. 10 September 2007.
  27. Lecturer, International Human Rights Academy, University of Western Cape, Cape Town, 23-24 October 2005.
  28. Judge, Central Asian Competition in International Humanitarian Law, Kyrgyzstan, 2-7 May 2006.
  29. Lecturer, Marie Curie Top Summer School, University of Leiden, The Hague, 5- 6 July 2006.
  30. Lecturer, International Institute for Genocide and Human Rights (Zoryan Institute), Course on Genocide, Toronto, August 2006, August 2007, August 2008, August 2009, August 2010, August 2011, August 2012,
  31. August 2013, August 2014.
  32. Lecturer, International Committee of the Red Cross, Course on International Humanitarian Law for University Lecturers, Geneva, August 2006.
  33. Lecturer, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Chambers Continuing Education Seminar, Colloquium on Genocide and War Crimes, Arusha, Tanzania, 16-17 September 2006.
  34. Lecturer, Judicial College, War Crimes Chamber, Courts of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo, 18-20 September 2006.
  35. Consultant, ‘Black Death in Dixie’, KMF Productions, Peadar King, Producer, 2006.
  36. Lecturer, Master on International Organisations, International Criminal Law and Crime Prevention, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute, Turin, Italy, March 2007, April 2008.
  37. Editor in Chief, Oxford Reports in International Criminal Law.
  38. Tutor, Master of Studies in International Human Rights Law, University of Oxford, July 2007, July 2008, July 2009.
  39. Lecturer, Seminar on International Criminal Law for Rwandan Judges, Kigali, 10 March 2008.
  40. Participant, Public Forum on ‘Restriction and Abolition of the Death Penalty’, Dalian Maritime University, China, 9 May 2008.
  41. Lecturer, St. Thomas University, Miami, January 2009.
  42. Member, Steering Committee, Crimes Against Humanity Initiative (2008- 2015).
  43. Lecturer, Programme de bourses de perfectionnement en droit international des Nations Unies, The Hague, July 2010.
  44. Alternate member for Ireland, European Union Fundamental Rights Agency Management Board (2010-2015).
  45. Consultant and participant, Framework for Genocide Prevention Seminar, Office of the Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, Kampala, 20- 24 September 2010.
  46. Lecturer, Winter Course in International Law, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 11-15 July 2011.
  47. Series Editor, Human Rights Series, Republic of Letters Publishing, The Hague. Member, Irish Famine Tribunal, Fordham University School of Law, new York
  48. City, 20-21 April 2013.
  49. Lecturer, Intensive Course in Human Rights and International Criminal Law, Université Protestante au Congo, Kinshasa, 5-6 August 2013.
  50. Fellow, Salzburg Global Seminars (Seminar 556, International Responses to Cries Against Humanity: The Challenge of North Korea), 2-7 June 2015.
  51. Course director, Specialisation Course in International Criminal Law, Siracusa International Institute, Siracusa, Italy, May 2017.
  52. Series Editor, Elgar Companions to International Court and Tribunals, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham.
  53. Series Editor, International Criminal Law Series, Brill, The Hague.
  54. Member, Advisory Board, Europäisches Trainings- und Forschungszentrum für Menschenrechte und Demokratie, University of Graz (2004-••••).
  55. Vice Chair, Association of Human Rights Institutes (2004-2006).
  56. Member, Advisory Board, International Association of Genocide Scholars (2005-••••).
  57. Academic Advisor, Hibernian Law Journal (2004-••••).
  58. Member, Editorial Board, Human Rights and International Legal Discourse
  59. (2005-••••).
  60. Member, Board of Trustees of the United Nations Voluntary Fund for Technical Cooperation in the Field of Human Rights (2006-2008, 2009-2011).
  61. Member, Honorary Board, Equitas, International Centre for Human Rights Education (2006-2009).
  62. Member, Editorial Board, Revista Iberoamericana de Derechos Humanos
  63. (2005-••••).
  64. Member, Advisory Board, International Studies Journal (2005-••••). Member, Board of Advisors, International, Transnational & Comparative
  65. Criminal Law Journal (2006-••••).
  66. Member, Advisory Group, Transnational and Non-State Armed Groups Project, Programme on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research, Harvard University (2006-••••).
  67. Member, Board of Advisors, CCJO René Cassin (2007-••••).
  68. Member, Advisory Board, Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights, Rutgers University, Newark (2007-••••).
  69. Member, Committee on Social Sciences, Royal Irish Academy (2008-2012). Member, Board of Directors, Ireland Canada University Foundation (2009-
  70. ••••).
  71. President, International Law Association, Irish Branch (2008-••••).
  72. Member, Editorial Board, African Yearbook on International Humanitarian Law
  73. (2009-••••).
  74. President, International Association of Genocide Scholars (2009-2011). Member, Series Advisory Board, Forum for International Criminal and
  75. Humanitarian Law (2009-••••).
  76. Advisor, International Centre for Death Penalty Research, Beijing Normal University (2009-2014).
  77. Member, Advisory Board, Israel Law Review (2009-2015).
  78. Member, Board of Trustees, Egyptian Centre for Human Rights Education (2009-••••).
  79. Chair, Scientific Advisory Board, International Academic Network Against the Death Penalty and for a Universal Moratorium on Capital Punishment (2009-••••).
  80. Member, Advisory Board, International Centre for Drug Policy and Human Rights (2009-••••).

100. Member, Editorial Board, Nordic Journal of Human Rights (2010-••••). Chair, Board of Trustees of the United Nations Voluntary Fund for Technical

101. Cooperation in the Field of Human Rights (2010-2011).

102. Member, Interdisciplinary Adjudication Committee, Canada Research Chairs (2011-2014).

103. Member, International Advisory Committee, Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences (2010-2011).

104. Member, Board of Directors, Disability Council International (2012-••••). Member, Advisory Board, Journal of International Criminal Law (2011-••••).

105. Member, Advisory Board, Centre for International Law and Justice, University of Copenhagen (2012-••••).

106. Member, Advisory Board, Istanbul Journal of Human Rights Law (2012-••••).

 

 

Associations, etc.:

  1. Member, Québec Bar (1984-2005); Comité sur les droits de la personne (1989-1996); Editorial Board, Revue du Barreau (1992-1999).
  2. Société québécoise de droit international (1990-••••); General secretary (1992-1997); Vice-president (1990-1992); Rapporteur spécial on the U.N. Decade of International Law (1990-1998).
  3. Member, American Society of International Law (1990-•••••). Member, Canadian Association of Law Professors (1991-1999). Member, Association des professeurs de droit du Québec (1991-1999).
  4. Canadian Council of International Law (1991-••••); Member, Board of Directors and Executive Committee (1994-••••).
  5. Member, International Society for Penal Law (1991-••••).
  6. President, Steering Committee, International League for the Abolition of the Death Penalty By the Year 2000 ‘Hands Off Cain’ (1993-2003).
  7. Member, International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law (1993-••••). Member, Société française pour le droit international (1993-••••).
  8. Member, International Commission of Jurists (1995-••••). Member, International Law Association (1999-••••).
  9. Member, Advisory Board, Centre for Studies in Capital Punishment, London, (1993-••••).
  10. Member, International Advisory Board, Fondation Marangopoulos pour les droits de l'homme, Athens (1995-••••).
  11. Member, Board of Directors, Canadian Human Rights Foundation (1995- 1997); Honorary President (1997-1999); Member, Honorary Board (1999-
  12. 2006).
  13. Member, Sous-commission des études avancées et de la recherche, Université du Québec à Montréal (1995-1997).
  14. Member, Board of Directors, Canadian Lawyers Association for International Human Rights (1995-1998).
  15. Chair, Quebec Council of Law Deans (1996-1998).
  16. Member, Editorial Board, Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit pénal (1996-••••).
  17. Editor-in-chief, Criminal Law Forum (1998-2015); emeritus editor (2015-
  18. ••••).
  19. Member, Advisory Board, Leo Kuper Foundation, London (1998-••••). Member, Editorial Board, Revue universelle des droits de l’homme (1999-
  20. ••••).
  21. Member, Editorial Board, Human Rights Law Journal (1999-••••).
  22. Member, Advisory Committee, Centre for International Human Rights, Northwestern University School of Law (1999--••••).
  23. Member, Advisory Committee on Human Rights, Irish Department of Foreign Affairs (2000-••••).
  24. Member, Advisory Board, Interamicus, Montreal (2000-••••).
  25. Member, Board of Editors, International Criminal Law Review (2000-•••••). Member, Board of Advisors, New England Centre for International Law &
  26. Policy, New England School of Law, Boston (2000-••••).
  27. Member, Advisory Board, Institute for Human Rights, Abo Akademi University, Turku/Abo, Finland (2002-••••).
  28. Board of Directors, International Institute of Human Rights, Strasbourg (member, 2000-••••; treasurer, 2002-2004).
  29. Member, Advisory Board, Death Penalty Project (2002-••••).
  30. Bertha Wilson Distinguished Professor in Human Rights, Dalhousie Law School, Halifax (2002).
  31. Member, Editorial Board, Criminal Justice (American Bar Association) (2012-
  32. ••••).
  33. Member, International Advisory Board, Criminologie (2014-••••).
  34. Member, Board of Advisors, Chinese Initiative on International Criminal Justice (2014-••••).
  35. Member, Board of Trustees, Bianca Jagger Human Rights Foundation 2014-
  36. ••••).
  37. Member, Board of Directors, Siracusa International Institute (2015-••••). Member, Academic Board, Zoryan Institute (2016-••••).
  38. Honorary Director, Lawyers Rights Watch Canada (2017-••••).

 

Research grants, etc.:

  1. Association des universités partiellement ou entièrement de langue française (AUPELF-UREF), ‘Droit international électoral’, 1993-1996 – $Cdn 35,000.
  2. United States Agency for International Development, Law teaching at the Rwandan National University, 1996-1998 – $Cdn 1,000,000.
  3. United States Agency for International Development, Introductory book on Rwandan law, 1996-1997 – $Cdn 54,000.
  4. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, ‘The Law of Genocide’, 1997-1999 – $Cdn 33,000.
  5. Association des universités partiellement ou entièrement de langue française (AUPELF-UREF), ‘Droit international électoral’, 1997-2000 – $Cdn 35,000.
  6. Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Canada, ‘Library for International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda’, 1998, $Cdn 60,000.
  7. United States Agency for International Development, Law teaching at the Rwandan National University, 1999-2000 – $Cdn 400,000
  8. European Commission, EU-China network on international human rights covenants, 2001-2003 – €1.4 million.
  9. United States Institute of Peace, Applicable law, 2001-2002 – $US 45,000. United States Institute of Peace, Applicable law, 2002-2003 – $US 100,000. United States Institute of Peace, Applicable law, 2003-2005 – $US 92,000.
  10. European Commission, EU-China network on international human rights covenants, 2004, €0.8 million.
  11. Equality Authority, Ireland, Reasonable accommodation research project, 2004, €41,000.
  12. Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences, History of international human rights in Ireland, 2005-2008 - €60,000.
  13. Irish Development Corporation, Bilateral network with Chinese universities, 2005-2006, €80,000.
  14. Irish Aid, Human Rights in Burma, 2008-2009, €88,000.
  15. European Commission, EU-China network on international human rights, 2009-2011, €1.5 million.

 

 

External examinerships:

  1. University of London, LLM programme (2003-2005). Trinity College Dublin, LLM programme (2003-2006).
  2. University of Oxford, MSt. in international human rights law (2004-2007).
  3. Examiner of doctoral theses at: University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, Queen’s University Belfast, Warwick University, University of Notre Dame, Université de Montréal, University of Essex, University of Southern Lancashire, Pretoria University, Université de Paris Ouest/Nanterre-La Défense, Université de Paris II (Panthéon Assas), Université de Paris I (Panthéon Sorbonne), University of Utrecht, Université de Montpellier I, University of Antwerp, Catholic University of Leuven, University of Lund, Australian National University, University of Copenhagen, European University Institute, University of Nottingham, University College Cork, Leeds University, University of Aberdeen, University of Melbourne, Université de Genève, Bournemouth University, University of Keele, University of Sydney, University of Birmingham, Birmingham City University, McGill University, Brunel University, University of Amsterdam, Leiden University, University of the Witswatersrand, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva), Stockholm University, Swansea University, Université catholique de Louvain, Åbo Akademi University, Université Laval, London School of Economics, University of Oslo, Bangor University, University of Salzburg, University of Dundee, Université de Liège, Monash University, University of Edinburgh, Free University of Brussels (Vrije Universiteit Brussel), Università degli studi di Trento, University of Derby, Université de Paris XIII, University of Potsdam.

 

Prizes, awards, scholarships, honours:

  1. Reuben Wells Leonard University Admission Scholarship, University of Toronto, 1968
  2. Ontario University Admission Scholarship, University of Toronto, 1968 Ontario Graduate Fellowship, University of Toronto, 1972
  3. Kenneth R. Wilson award for best editorial, 1978, 1979 (Canadian Business Press Editors Association).
  4. Fondation du Barreau du Québec, Prize for best monograph, 1995.
  5. Bora Laskin National Fellowship in Human Rights Research, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, 1998.
  6. Service medal, International Society for the Reform of Criminal Law, 2000. Officer of the Order of Canada (appointed 29 June 2005, inducted 17 February
  7. 2006).
  8. Member of the Royal Irish Academy (elected 16 March 2007).
  9. Certificate of Merit for a book in a specialised area of international law, American Society of International Law, 2007 (for The UN International Criminal Tribunals: the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda and Sierra Leone).
  10. Doctor of laws (LLD) honoris causa, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada, 25 May 2007.
  11. Doctor of laws (LLD) honoris causa, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, 17 May 2009.
  12. Vespasian V. Pella Medal for International Criminal Justice, Association internationale de droit pénal, 24 May 2010.
  13. Book of the Year Award for Scholarly Contribution to the Field, International Association of Penal Law American National Section, 10 September 2010 (for The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, A Commentary)..
  14. Doctor of laws (LLD) honoris causa, Northwestern University, Chicago, 17 June 2011.
  15. Gold Medal in the Social Sciences, Royal Irish Academy, 16 December 2011. Diamond Jubilee Medal (Canada), 2012.
  16. Doctor of laws (LLD) honoris causa, University of Copenhagen, 16 November 2012.
  17. Certificate of Merit for a book of high technical craftsmanship and utility to practising lawyers and scholars, American Society of International Law, 2016 (for The European Convention on Human Rights: A Commentary).
  18. Inner Temple Book Prize, shortlisted, 2018 (for The European Convention on Human Rights: A Commentary).

 

Community and public service activities:

  1. Association culturelle helléno-québécoise, Montréal (Chair of board of directors, 1981-1982).
  2. Vanier College, Montréal (Chair of board of directors, 1987-1990; Member of board of directors, 1984-1991).
  3. CLSC Côte des Neiges, Montréal (Chair of board of directors, 1985-1998; Member of board of directors, 1983-1999).
  4. Foundation of CLSC Côte des Neiges, Montréal (Chair of board of directors, 1992-1999).
  5. Jewish General Hospital, Montréal (Member of board of directors, 1987- 1992).
  6. Town of Outremont (Quebec), Intercultural Relations Committee (Member, 1989-1991).
  7. Montreal Holocaust Memorial Centre (member of board of governors, (1997- 1999).

 

 

 

 

 

 

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