The goal of the Transitional Justice Network is to promote global discourse among students, scholars, and professionals on issues of transnational justice. A place for discussion, where students can learn about issues in the field, scholars can link with other scholars working in similar areas, and professionals can keep up to date with trending thoughts and philosophies.
November 21, 2013: Transitional Justice in the Arab Region: Between Complexities and Standardization, Habib Nassar
Habibi Nassar, is the Director for the Middle East and North Africa at PILnet: The Global Network for Public Interest Law. He has 15 years of experience working on human rights and transitional justice in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
November 14, 2013: Brazil’s Reckoning with Transitional Justice: Understanding the Role of Amnesty, Marcelo D. Torelly
Marcelo D. Torelly, is currently a visiting researcher at the Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School. He has been Advisor, Brazilian Ministry of Justice on Transitional Justice issues, as well as Manager, Transitional Justice Exchange and Development Program, and has taught theory and philosophy of law at Brasilia Catholic University.
November 6, 2013: Argentina’s Human Rights Trials: Transitional Justice Revisited? Sam Ferguson
Sam Ferguson, author of the forthcoming book, ”Remnants of a Dirty War,” is also currently a Visiting Fellow at the Schell Center for International Human Rights Law at Yale Law School. Prior to his appointment, he was a law clerk to the Honorable William Fletcher on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
February 7, 2013: Transitional Justice in Tunisia, Dr. Kora Andrieu
Kora Andrieu, Human Rights officer at the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Tunis, Tunisia. She is the author of Transnational Justice. South Africa to Rwanda (ed. Gallimard, Paris, 2012) and holds a Ph.D. in Ethics and Political Philosophy, Paris, Sorbonne.
February 28, 2013: Transitional Justice and the Arab Uprisings, Habib Nassar
Habib Nassar is the Director for the Middle East and North Africa at PILnet: The Global Network for Public Interest Law. He has 15 years experience working on human rights and transitional justice in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
April 16, 2013: The International Criminal Court as Global Transitional Justice? Tensions and Dilemmas, Luis Moreno Ocampo
Luis Moreno Ocampo was the First Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court. He conducted investigations in seven different countries and prosecuted 30 leaders involved in atrocity crimes, including Joseph Kony, President Bashir for genocide in Darfur and Muammar Gaddafi for crimes against humanity committed in Libya.