How can societies riven by conflict and mass atrocities move forward and heal after suffering unthinkable crimes? What role does justice and accountability play in that process? And what can past efforts–successes and failures–to hold the perpetrators of genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity accountable teach us about the way forward in today’s crises? Join the Human Rights Institute for our annual Drinan Lecture with distinguished expert David Tolbert, Georgetown’s 2022-23 Drinan Chair in Human Rights, for a discussion of these most timely issues.
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