Transnational Justice Project


Event Recordings

Watch recordings of lectures, panels, and symposia hosted by the Transnational Justice Project and different collaborators



Dr. Kamari Maxine Clarke to Lead Early Warning Early Response Project in Nigeria​

Toronto, ON: Dr. Kamari Clarke, a Distinguished Professor at the University of Toronto, Adjunct Professor at UCLA and 2021 Guggenheim Fellow, is the Principal Investigator and recipient (of a USD $349,300 United State Department of State grant for an initiative to strengthen civilian protection in Northern Nigerian communities. The research project which will commence on September 1, 2021, is a collaboration between the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations, UCLA, Researchers at the University of Toronto and the CLEEN Foundation.


How Contestations over New Geospatial Technologies are Shaping International Justice​​

New technologies now make it possible to render visible – literally – what has long been hidden in dominant institutional approaches to mass atrocity crimes:  the social, political, and historical contexts in which these crimes occur. By focusing on specific incidents, international law and human rights advocacy de-contextualises and reframes mass violence according to legal logics.