UAEU College of Law Hosts a Seminar on the Law and Practice of the International Criminal
Court: Achievements, Challenges, and Prospects
On Tuesday 19 February, 2013, the College of Law at the United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) organized, with close collaboration with the Coalition for the International Criminal Court, a One-day seminar on “the Law and Practice of the International Criminal Court : Achievements, Challenges, and Prospects”. The seminar marked the 10th Anniversary of the International Criminal Court. The event was be led by prominent experts from the Coalition for the International Criminal Court, the Hague Institute, and the United Nations Development Program.
The event had a large turnout representing public officials as well as universities, NGOs, national and international legal research organizations, legal practitioners, and students of the UAE University. H.E. Dr. Ali Rashid Al Noaimi, UAEU Vice Chancellor, made opening remarks emphasizing the importance of raising awareness on the pivotal role of the international criminal court.
The seminar engaged discussions through the panels of experts and focused on the following themes:
Among the key speakers were:
The seminar was held in Al Ain at the United Arab Emirates University Maqam Campus.