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Working Sessions – 5th Specialization Course for Prosecutors

  • Evolution of International Criminal Law & Justice;

 

  • Emerging technologies & related evidentiary challenges for international court proceedings;

 

  • Proving atrocity crimes: war crimes, crimes against humanity & genocide;

 

  • Bringing international justice home: insights from the Bench on the importance of domestic prosecutions for the future of international criminal justice;

 

  • Establishing individual criminal responsibility for atrocity crimes;

 

  • No safe haven: German & Swedish prosecutions of atrocity crimes;

 

  • Panel discussion on professional ethics & conduct;

 

  • Evolution of transnational organized crime in a globalised & increasingly digital world;

 

  • Practical challenges & obstacles in combating illicit trade & related crimes;

 

  • Prosecuting money laundering & terrorist financing;

 

  • Innovative approaches to judicial cooperation: UNODC’s Liaison Magistrate Initiative & the Nigerian case;

 

  • Cybercrime;

 

  • Tackling cyber-enabled criminality via online platforms, cryptomarkets & cryptocurrencies;

 

  • Prosecuting terrorism: lessons learned & best practices;

 

  • Prosecuting human trafficking & migrant smuggling;

 

  • Wildlife trafficking & related environmental crimes;

 

  • Mutual legal assistance & extradition from common law & civil law perspectives;

 

  • Making mutual legal assistance requests & overcoming related challenges & obstacles;

 

  • General principles, lessons learned & best practices in criminal asset recovery;

 

  • Transfer of proceedings & prisoners, execution of foreing sentences & recognition of foreign judgments;

 

  • Gathering, preserving & sharing digital evidence;

 

  • Cooperating with online platforms & service providers to secure digital evidence;

 

  • Cross-border exercise on mutual legal assistance & extradition