• BIICL Webinar: Myanmar: Recent Developments in International Law (24 June 2020)

Activity: Public engagement and outreachWorkshop and other training


In this panel event, a group of experts will discuss the above developments, including prevention and enforcement issues. It will also look into the 1993 genocide case of Bosnia & Herzegovina v Serbia and Montenegro, where the former accused the latter of perpetrating genocide against Bosnian Muslims during the 1992-1995 conflict, the ICJ concluded that Serbia had not violated the Genocide Convention despite the International Criminal Tribunal on Yugoslavia furnishing extensive evidence in multiple formats and delivering damning judgments indicating otherwise.

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Period24 Jun 2020
Held atBritish Institute of International and Comparative Law , United Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionInternational


  • human rights
  • Myanmar
  • War Crimes Trials