- Thursday 23 Nov 2023, 09:00 - Friday 24 Nov 2023, 20:00
- Spoken Language
- Aula B
- International Institute of Social Studies
- Ticket information
You must register in advance to attend this conference.
The event will be held simultaneously in English and Spanish.
The German-Colombian Peace Institute (Instituto CAPAZ), the Special Jurisdiction for Peace in Colombia (Jurisdicción Especial para la Paz-JEP) and the International Institute for Social Studies (ISS) are pleased to announce the international conference, 'The JEP as a new model of Transitional Justice: Lessons learned for the future of Transitional Justice', which will take place from 23-24 November at ISS in The Hague.
About the event
The conference will be opened by the President of the JEP, Judge Roberto Carlos Vidal. Renowned international academics, practitioners, representatives of the JEP and the International Criminal Court (ICC) will discuss with the audience in the seven panel discussions the progress and innovation in the JEP's judicial dealing with the past. The international dialogue will also serve to shed light on the challenges and prospects for the future development of transitional justice in Colombia and other contexts. The conference is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office.
Watch live - click through the videos for the appropriate session
Representative Office of the Prosecutor (ICC)
Positive Complementarity in the JEP: Lessons learned
Moderator: Indira Murillo (CAPAZ Institute)
Panel 1: Restorative Justice and victim’s participation
Moderator: Ana María Mondragón (JEP)
Panel 2: Restorative sanctions and contributions to victim’s reparations
Moderator: Mijke de Waardt (Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement)
The JEP and the future of Transitional Justice
Moderator: Caspar Sieveking (German Embassy in the Netherlands)
Panel 4: Gender-Based Violence and Intersectional Perspectives
Moderator: Valeria Babara (Women’s Initiative for Gender Justice)
Panel 5: Territory as Victim – Environmental Crimes as War Crimes
Moderator: Helena Pérez Niño (International Institute of Social Studies – Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Panel 6: Security Guarantees for Participation
Moderator: Juliette Vargas (CAPAZ Institute)
Panel 7: Civil Third Parties and their participation in International Crimes
Moderator: Stefan Peters (JLU Giessen/CAPAZ Institute)