HSP Seminar (#236) “Why Should a Perpetrator be  Punished ? : A Case Study from Everyday Experiences of the Victims in the Conflict in Northern Uganda”

Description: See Japanese Description
Date: August, 28, 2017(Mon.)16:00-17:30
Venue: Collaboration Room 1, Bldg. 18, Komaba Campus, University of Tokyo
Lecturer: Hiroko Kawaguchi (Ph.D. candidate, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto University)
Commentator: Tamara Enomoto (Research Fellow, Research Institute for the History of Global Arms Transfer, Meiji University)
Moderator: Takuto Sakamoto (Associate Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo)
Language: Japanese
Organizers: Graduate Program on Human Security, University of Tokyo (HSP)

Research Center for Asian Studies, Institute of Advanced Global Studies (IAGS), University of Tokyo

Co-organizers: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C) “Micro-Macro Nexus of Conflict in Africa: Simulation Analysis Based on Field Research” (Takuto Sakamoto, April 2015-March 2018)

The Konosuke Matsushita Memorial Foundation Research Grant “Transitional Justice in Post-Conflict Northern Uganda: A Role of the International Criminal Court and Responses from the Local People” (Hiroko Kawaguchi, October 2016- September 2017)