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Institute of Advanced Study

Past Events

Rethinking Rape Law Conference

2nd July 2008, 09:00 to 3rd July 2008, 17:00, Calman Learning Centre

On the 10th anniversary of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda's ground-breaking Akayesu judgment, an international conference is being held in Durham University to rethink rape law from national, international and European perspectives. The conference will debate rape law reform at the national level, examine the different policies and practices across Europe and consider recent developments in international law and policy. It will ask, how crucial are women judges, lawyers and activists to securing lasting change?

Contact clare.mcglynn@durham.ac.uk for more information about this event.

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