Nuremberg Forum 2022
Where and how has the International Criminal Court (ICC) strengthened the common fight against impunity? What have been the achievements and what are the contributions to the international legal order?
This conference discussed and dissected the achievements of the Court's practice over the past 20 years. It reflected on the goals, objectives and ultimate focus of the ICC. International experts and practictioners identified the strengths and weaknesses of the ICC fighting impunity, from the outset until 2022, reflecting on the ICC set up, the results achieved, the Nuremberg Principles and the Nuremberg legacy.
This three-day event took place on 13, 14 and 15 October 2022. Find out more about the speakers and panels: Programme
The Nuremberg Forum 2022 was organised as a hybrid event. The speakers and a limited number of participants gathered at Courtroom 600 of the Nuremberg Palace of Justice. An interactive online platform allowed broad attendance including interactive engagement. Prior registration was required.
The Nuremberg Forum is organised as a hybrid event in 2022. The speakers and a limited number of participants will gather at Courtroom 600 of the Nuremberg Palace of Justice. An interactive online platform allows broad attendance including interactive engagement and discussion. Prior registration is required.
The conference will be a three-day event and will take place on 13, 14 and 15 October:
13 October, 3–5.30 pm
14 October, 10 am–5.30 pm
15 October, 10 am–6 pm
You only need to register to participate in the Nuremberg Forum 2022.
After registration, you will receive your confirmation email and login details which can be used for to enter the Nuremberg Forum 2022 virtual platform on the day of the event. Further details in this regard will be communicated via the Updates & News section of this website or through our Twitter account (@NurembergAcademy).
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The Nuremberg Forum is open to all public. The conference will be particularly relevant to experts, professionals and students interested in international criminal justice, international criminal law, political and social science, focusing on academia and practice. We would like to especially invite young scholars, lawyers and practitioners to join our discussion.
Please note that the Nuremberg Forum 2022 is a public event.
It will be video-recorded and photographs as well as screenshots will be taken. The video recording of the Nuremberg Forum will be made available on the Academy’s YouTube channel and other outreach networks of the Nuremberg Academy. Please note that you are not allowed to record the event or save the recording locally. The International Nuremberg Principles Academy reserves the right, as the host of the event, to impede the recording from third parties.
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By registering, you accept that the whole event will be recorded by the Nuremberg Principles Academy and the videos will be available on its YouTube channel. Please note that the privacy settings and policy of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy apply.
The Nuremberg Academy welcomes feedback on the Nuremberg Forum 2022. In case you are willing to provide feedback and your reflections, please use the feedback form available on the Nuremberg Forum 2022 virtual platform.
The Nuremberg Academy will prepare a conference report capturing the essential takeaways from the conference to preserve the important findings of the discussions.
We look forward to welcoming you to the conference.
About the Nuremberg Forum
The Nuremberg Forum is an annual international conference organised by the International Nuremberg Principles Academy (Nuremberg Academy). It brings together leading scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and civil society, and provides a forum for dialogue and critical exchange on contemporary international criminal law matters. Located in Nuremberg, the birthplace of modern international criminal law, the Nuremberg Academy offers a neutral space, and is thus an apt setting, for the necessary dialogue on the development of international criminal law and the implementation and interpretation of the Nuremberg Principles today.
TAKE PART IN THE DIALOGUE OF THE NUREMBERG FORUM
Utilise an opportunity to reflect on the Nuremberg Principles, the Nuremberg legacy/ies, the international criminal justice system, and the Rome Statute system through a more holistic lens of seeking accountability and ending impunity for core international crimes.
- Hear from experts in the field of international criminal law and their opinions on current challenges in the common fight against impunity and towards sustainable peace through justice.
- Share observations and discuss the development of international criminal law and the implementation and interpretation of the Nuremberg Principles today.
- Identify synergies and cooperation opportunities to help in the strengthening of accountability for core international crimes.
- Gain practical, expertise-based recommendations and innovative ideas towards addressing the raised and discussed challenges, fostering international criminal law.