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Pictures of Peace and Justice Documentation, Evidence and Impact of Visual Material in International War Crimes Prosecution

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Seminar, Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade
Seminar, Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade
Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade
Seminar, Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade
Seminar, Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade
Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade

 

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PICTURES OF PEACE AND JUSTICE
© King's College London
Tags: This film looks at the relationship of visual images and war crimes trials. The Principal Investigator of the Beyond Text project Pictures of Peace and Justice, Professor James Gow, Research Associate, Dr. Milena Michalski, and ICTY Head of Outreach, Nerma Jelacic, report on key findings from the project, and explain how the most significant of these is the capacity of images to have impact beyond the courtroom.
The restaurant at the end of the Third Reich and other invisible war crimes sites
© King's College London
Berlin Art Exhibition - Zeitenwende/Turning Point
© King's College London
Tags: In September 2011, marking the 10th anniversary of the '9/11' attacks on New York, an international group of artists had their work presented at an exhibition in Berlin, called 'Zeitenwende', meaning 'Turning Point'. This film looks at some of this work, which explores the ambiguities of both contemporary warfare and the boundaries between war and war crimes.
Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination at Princeton University 10th Anniversary Colloquium November 11-13 2010, 'Crisis Diplomacy: 10 (or 20) Years of Pictures, Prosecution, and Political Will' Prof. James Gow

 

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Supermodels, blood diamonds and genocide by Tony Coll
Vimeo shared film by Tony Coll, Tony Coll Associates
Tags: War Crimes Crimes Against Humanity Special Court for Sierra Leone Naomi Campbell supermodel blood diamond diamonds media Charles Taylor Liberia genocide Sierra Leone coverage testimony evidence
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