FICJC is organising a seminar on international criminal justice and the military. Does international criminal justice really influence belligerent conduct? Is military expertise needed for credible international criminal litigation? What does war crimes prosecution mean to today's soldiers?
For more info about FICHL activities, past and present, go to http://www.fichl.org/activities/. The theme is also relevant to transitional justice since its proponents often view the military merely as the perpetrator of crimes, rather than potentially as a key player in the reconstruction of peace and accountability.
For more information, visit http://www.prio.no/FICJC/Forum-activities/International-Criminal-Justice-and-the-Military/