Caroline Fournet delivered the keynote speech at the seminar ‘Methodological and Theoretical Perspectives in International Criminal Justice’ on 24 April 2014 in Oslo, exploring critical empirical and theoretical approaches to international criminal justice and international crimes.
Recent decades have seen an unprecedented growth of institutionalization, practice, scholarship and public debate on international criminal justice (ICJ). With objectives such as delivering justice, ending impunity and restoring peace, stability and security, a number of new unprecedented international institutions was established and a new body of international criminal law developed rapidly.
The aim of the workshop was to bring together scholars who take a critical empirical or theoretical approach in studying international criminal justice and international crimes, focusing on methodological and theoretical challenges in studying international criminal justice and international crimes.
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