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Addressing Human Rights Violations: Repairing Past Wrongs or Looking to the Future?

The School of Law Annual Lecture

International human rights law and practice on reparations to victims of human rights violations has been shifting from retrospective to innovative future-oriented remedies. Drawing on recent international jurisprudence, this lecture will discuss this move and its implications in providing justice to victims of human rights violations.

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Photini Pazartzis is Professor of Public International Law at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and Director of the Athens Public International Law Center of the Faculty of Law of the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens and currently a Visiting Fellow at the Lauterpacht Research Centre for International Law (2017-2018) She is member of the UN Human Rights Committee (ICCPR). She is Vice President of the European Society of International Law and Co-Chair of the ILA Study Group on: The Content and Evolution of Rules of Interpretation.

This is the School of Law Annual Lecture 2018. Everyone is welcome to register and attend.

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