- Starts at: 16:00h
- Fee: Free
- Venue: Online
- Organiser: T.M.C. Asser Instituut and Impact: Center against Human Trafficking and Sexual Violence in Conflict
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On Thursday 10 December 2020 (Human Rights Day), the T.M.C. Asser Instituut, in cooperation with IMPACT: Center against Human Trafficking and Sexual Violence in Conflict, organised a supranational criminal law (SCL) lecture on ‘sexual terrorism’. The online lecture, which took place from 16:00 to 17:15 CET, explored the concept of ‘sexual terrorism’ – the use of human trafficking and conflict-related sexual violence as a tactic of terrorism – as well as the advantages and disadvantages of labelling and prosecuting human trafficking and conflict-related sexual violence as terrorism. After that, the lecture zoomed in on the situation in Nigeria, to see how this discussion plays out in reality and what can be done to engender real change on the ground. After the Q&A, the lecture concluded with a reflection from the UN Team of Experts on Rule of Law and Sexual Violence in Conflict.
Panelists (to be confirmed):
The event was moderated by Asser senior researcher Dr Christophe Paulussen.