Dr Joanna Kyriakakis
The proposition that courts enforcing international criminal law should hear cases involving business actors that are involved in atrocities has been on the cards for some years now. There are a number of recent suggestive steps in that direction, however the proposal still draws objections and remains a matter of some controversy. In this talk, Joanna identifies some of the concerns raised by the proposal of prosecuting business actors for international crimes to tease out the depth of challenge they pose.
About the speaker
Joanna Kyriakakis is a Senior Lecturer at Monash University Law and Deputy Director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law. Her research focuses on issues at the intersection of business and human rights, international criminal justice and legal theory. She has delivered human rights training to Australian and foreign government officials and to other educators. Prior to academia, she practised law in South Australia.
About the seminar
Dr Joanna Kyriakakis will present her Law Futures Seminar at the Griffith Law School (N61) Nathan campus with a videolink to the Griffith Law School (G36) Gold Coast campus. When registering for this seminar, please indicate in your email which campus you will attend.
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