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International Criminal Justice as a mechanism for the enforcement of international law

Thessaloniki, 6 October 2005

in cooperation with the Institute of Public International Law & International Relations, Thessaloniki

A Conference organized at the Faculty of Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, with the participation of a number of Greek academics with selected interventions from younger colleagues. 

Speakers included Professor Stelios Perrakis, Panteion University; Professor Antonis Bredimas, University of Athens; Ass’t Professor Konstantinos Magliveras, Aegean University; Ass’t Professor Photini Pazartzis, University of Athens; Professor Angelos Yokaris, University of Athens; Dr. Maria Gavouneli, Lecturer, University of Athens; Ass’t Professor Constantine Antonopoulos, Democritus University of Thrace and Dr. Nicos Zaikos, Lecturer, University of Western Macedonia with interventions by Maria-Daniella Marouda, Yannis Naziris, Yorgos Kyriakopoulos, Aristotelis Constantinides, Eleni Micha, Ioannis Stribis and Michail Vagias.
The conclusions of this highly attended event were expertly presented by Professor Kalliopi Koufa, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.
The papers of the Conference were published in a volume in Greek. 
 
International Criminal Justice as a mechanism for the enforcement of international law
 
Institute of Public International Law & International Relations and Hellenic Branch of the International Law Association

Thessaloniki, Sakkoulas Publications, 2007
 
 
 
 

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