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PhD student gives lecture at ICC Assembly of State Parties, The Hague


On 20th November 2016, Daniel Wand, PhD candidate in the School of Politics and International Studies, delivered a public lecture on the future of the International Criminal Court at a side event of the 15th annual Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court diplomatic conference in the The Hague. This event was hosted by the Sir Geoffrey Nice Foundation in conjunction with Pro Demos, and was attended by lawyers, academics and policy makers including H.E. Dr. Vjosa Dobruna, the Ambassador of Kosovo to The Netherlands.


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