The Conclave brought together global experts - diplomats, academics and practitioners to provide updates on the status of justice and accountability efforts and offer insights into the root causes of the crisis and the political and social components needed to forge a durable solution.
Nina highlighted challenges and opportunities facing the various international justice initiatives underway including at the International Criminal Court and the International Court of Justice. She identified next steps for Rohingya and Bangladeshi civil society who are at the forefront of efforts to document international crimes committed to ensure justice and accountability.
The Conclave was organised by the Centre for Peace and Justice of BRAC University, the Asia Justice Coalition and the International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam.
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Nina led a team of barristers from Red Lion Chambers to advise and assist Bangladeshi Non-Governmental Representatives, including, the Centre for Peace and Justice of BRAC University, to file an amicus-curiae brief before the International Criminal Court on the issue of its jurisdiction over the Rohingya crisis.
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