Annual symposium hosted by York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, Ont., January 18–19, 2007. The symposium is held in celebration of Raoul Wallenberg’s life and humanitarian contributions to Nazi-occupied Hungary during World War II.
In this January 18th session, International Criminal Court president Philippe Kirsch discusses the history, establishment, jurisdiction, and future of the International Criminal Court.
Patrick Monahan (dean of York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School) makes opening remarks. Kathryn Feldman (Court of Appeal of Ontario) introduces Mr. Kirsch’s speech and moderates. After speaking, Mr. Kirsch answers questions from audience members.