HSP Seminar (#245)”‘Syria Crisis’ and the Findings of UN Commission of Inquiry: Prospect of International Prosecution”
It is seven years since the conflict started in Syria, shocking the world community for the brutality suffered by the civilian population combined with the persistent inaction by powerful States.
* This event will be run under ‘Chatham House Rule’.
|Date：||March, 21, 2018（Wed, public holiday）16:00 – 20:30|
|Venue：||Bldg 5, Room 524, Komaba Campus, University of Tokyo|
|Lecturer：||Saleyah Ahasan (Emergency Medicine Doctor, former People’s Convoy to Syria)
Former Member of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria
Representative of UN-OHCHR Syria Office
Ai Kihara-Hunt (Associate Professor, the University of Tokyo)
|Commentator：||Kanae Doi (Japan Director, Human Rights Watch)|
|Moderator：||Icchiku Yamada (Representative, Stand with Syria Japan)|
|Language：||English/Japanese (translation will be provided for English speeches)|
|Organizers：||Graduate Program on Human Security, University of Tokyo (HSP); Stand with Syria Japan (SSJ)|
|Co-organizers：||Human Rights Watch;
Research Center for Sustainable Peace, Institute of Advanced Global Studies (IAGS), University of Tokyo