Summary of Proceedings of public meeting “Spotlight on the Bangladesh International Crimes Tribunal”

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The BHRC makes public a Summary of Proceedings of the event “Spotlight on the Bangladesh International Crimes Tribunal” that took place on Monday 18 March 2013 at the Houses of Parliament, Lords’ Committee Room 4. Please note that this is not a verbatim transcript of the proceedings, but a summarised note.

The meeting was hosted by Lord Avebury and included:

Chair: Kirsty Brimelow, Chair of the BHRC
Speakers: Stephen Rapp, US Ambassador at Large for War Crimes Issues
John Cammegh, barrister, 9 Bedford Row Chambers, defence counsel before the ICT
Clive Baldwin, senior legal adviser, Human Rights Watch
Schona Jolly, barrister, Cloisters Chambers, Executive Committee, BHRC

Access Summary of Proceedings here

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