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Uploaded on Apr 15, 2010
Next week the world community will gather in Kampala Uganda for the first-ever Review Conference of the Rome Statute. During this two-week stocktacking exercise, key actors in international relations - high-ranking government officials, court leaders, non-state actors, United Nations representatives, and civil society leaders - will examine the ICC's 12-year effort to bring justice to communities ravaged by mass atrocities. In this five-minute video, Lloyd Axworthy, Former Minister of Canada highlights complex challenges in this "new era" of international relations. President of the Assembly of States Parties, Ambassador Christian Wenaweser discuss states parties support for the Court. Cherif Bassouni asks where international criminal justice fits within systems of collective security, peace-making and humanitarian assistance. What is at stake for human security in a trans-national age where global governance mechanisms and frameworks for responding to mass atrocities are still evolving?
FEATURING: Luis Moreno-Ocampo, International Criminal Court; Christian Wenaweser, Assembly of States Parties; Lloyd Axworthy, former Minister of Canada; Cherif Bassiouni, DePaul University; Errol Mendes, University of Ottawa Law School; William Pace, Coalition for the International Criminal Court; Peter D. Bell, former President of CARE.