- Oct 01 2021
- 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Justice, Law and Structural Inequality
One of the things that the COVID19 pandemic has laid bare are the deep structural inequalities that exist in our world and the way that they are deeply connected to everyday practices. Yet, international law, in general, and international criminal law, in particular, have been ill-equipped in dealing with such justice inequalities. It has also been ill-equipped with dealing with the related racial politics that are extensions of such forms of inequality. This panel will reflect on various approaches to justice and to what extent law and justice are inter-related and how they are related to other mechanisms.
- Christopher Gevers, The University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
- Jill Stauffer, Haverford College, United States
- Kamari Clarke, University of Toronto, Canada
- Sara Kendall, University of Kent