This episode presents the second Annual Justice Lecture delivered by Mr Hanny Megally in October 2020.
Mr Megally examines lessons learned from past Commissions of Inquiry and the key elements of a successful investigative mechanism to facilitate accountability.
Mr Megally’s lecture, delivered virtually, was followed by a discussion with Elham Saudi (Director, LFJL) and an audience Q&A with contributions from Pablo de Greiff, Stephen Rapp, Mervat Rishmawi and others. The full recording of the event can be found here. Highlights can be found here.
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The 2020 Annual Justice lecture was made possible by the Centre for Human Rights Law at SOAS, the International Center for Transitional Justice, ICTJ and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. This episode of Libya Matters is made possible by our partnership with International Media Support (IMS).
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