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Monday 8 February 2021
The February 2021 edition of the newsletter is available to IAP Members.
Friday 5 February 2021
This program is designed to assist teachers in the preparation of a course intended, in principle, as a core or elective subject in the undergraduate or undergraduate degrees in Law, International Relations or Political Science.
Wednesday 27 January 2021
The Superior School of the Public Prosecution of the State of Ceará, Brazil invites articles for publication in the ESMP Academic Journal.
Wednesday 16 December 2020
Tuesday 2 February 2021 - Tuesday 2 February 2021
The International Nuremberg Principles Academy is pleased to announce and invite you to the launch of the fourth volume of the Nuremberg Academy Series, entitled Integrity in International Justice, edited by Morten Bergsmo and Dr. Viviane E. Dittrich.
High-tech crime is ever evolving. We need to work together to have the best chance of meeting these challenges. GPEN is a group of specialist prosecutors working together to face this challenge.
FICJ gives individual prosecutors a secure environment to share knowledge and experience of prosecuting war crimes and other mass atrocities.
The Counter Terrorism Prosecutors Network (CTPN) is a network of prosecutors engaged in the prosecution of terrorism cases.
Recognizing the diversity of anti-corruption systems, laws and processes the NCAP will assist in identifying areas of common interest and act as a bridge between prosecutors and other anti-corruption actors.
Trafficking in persons is a complex global problem that requires an informed prosecutorial response. TIPP supports prosecutors with a forum, contacts, information and best practice.
The network is a new forum for prosecutors working on, or interested in, accountability for conflict-related sexual violence crimes.
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