Please join Human Rights Law Society and American Constitution Society for a discussion on US relations with the International Criminal Court (ICC) with Convener John Washburn of the American NGO-Coalition of the ICC. Convener Washburn will give a talk on the role of the ICC in international relations and American foreign policy. He will discuss the relationship of the US and the ICC and the implications of US ratification of the Rome Statute in the future, particularly on the U.S. judicial system and foreign policy. Convener Washburn is currently the convener of the AMICC and co-chair of the Washington Working Group on the International Criminal Court. Lunch will be provided. Contact Joline Doedens (email@example.com) or Yvonne Wang (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information. Funding provided by DBA.
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