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    The Nuremberg Principles: The Contemporary Challenges

    The Nuremberg Principles: The Contemporary Challenges brings together lawyers, historians, theologians, and human rights activists from around the world. These luminaries will convene at The Catholic University of America to discuss the applicability of the Nuremberg Principles in protecting human dignity, promoting human rights, and enforcing international criminal law in the context of today.

    The Nuremberg Principles: The Contemporary Challenges

    March 27, 2023 / 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

    Catholic University / Washington, D.C.

    Register here: https://www.catholic.edu/nuremberg/index.html

    Program Details can be found at Nuremberg Program.

    Conference will also be live streamed and hosted virtually.

    The conference is hosted by the Institute for Policy Research at The Catholic University of America in partnership with the Federal Ministry of Justice of the Federal Republic of Germany and the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nüremberg.

    Conference Topics

    Perspectives and History of the International Military Tribunal (IMT) and Nuremberg Military Trials (NMT) 1945-1949 at Nuremberg

    The IMT 1945-1946 at Nuremberg: US, France, British, Soviet Union, and German Perspectives, and Subsequent NMT (1946-1949) Impact on American Law

    The Nuremberg Principles

    Judges’ Trial and Trial of the Doctors: Reflections on the Rule of Law & Medical Ethics

    Post Nuremberg Trials

    Legacy: From International Criminal Ad Hoc Tribunals Rwanda (ICTR), former Yugoslavia (ICTY) to Establishing the International Criminal Court (ICC) and Recent Conviction of Uganda’s Leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army, Dominic Ongwen, in Terms of Today’s Victims and Non-Victims

    Legal Protection of Cultural Heritage in Ukraine – Russian War

    Nuremberg Law Principles and Contemporary Challenges
    Victor’s Justice—the U.S. and International Criminal Law 75 Years Since Nuremberg: Continuity or Change?

    The Issue of Genocide Distinguished from Crimes Against Humanity

    Criminalization of War Crimes and Current International Humanitarian Approaches Drawn from the Nuremberg Principles

    The Nuremberg Principles: Theology – Philosophy – Society
    Beyond Nuremberg: The Values of Memory, Truth, and Reconciliation

    Ukraine’s Nuremberg – Alleged War Crimes Issues
    Review of Political/Military Situation and Legal Issues as of the Date of the Conference