At the end of September GJC president Janet Benshoof traveled to the ethnic Kachin State near the China-Burma border to give a week-long training on international criminal law to Federal Law Academy (FLA) students in Mai JaYang. The FLA aims to nurture and advance ethnic youths to become legal practitioners who will then become advocates for establishing the rule of law in Burma.
You can see below the tutorials that Benshoof used to teach students on international criminal law.
Day 1: Where Does International Criminal Law Fit into International Law?
Day 2: International Crimes & International Criminal Liability
Day 3: International Criminal Law in Practice: Lessons from Iraqi Prosecutions
Day 4: Rape and other Gender Crimes under International Criminal Law: Anfal and Beyond
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