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In a Nutshell, ep. 16: On Palestine, pt. 2: The Question of Genocide with Sally Thin

17 mei 2024 ,

This month, In a Nutshell presents something different: a two-part series focussing on the subject of Palestine. We offer the microphone to researchers who tell us about their perspectives and knowledge on the topic in its broadest sense. This week’s guest, Sally Thin, will untangle the genocide case against Israel.

How can a country be tried for genocide? What are the limits of international law? And what happens if a state is found responsible for genocide by the International Court of Justice? In this episode, Sally (Sarah) Thin will tackle the complicated topic of international law and South Africa’s ongoing genocide case against Israel.

Sally Thin is an assistant professor in International and European Law. She is a member of the Research Centre for State and Law (SteR) and the current managing editor of the Hague Yearbook of International Law. In the past, Sally has also been a volunteer for several human rights and environmental organisations, including Fossielvrij NL and Amnesty International.

Would you like to know more about this topic? Follow Sally’s tip and have a listen to the Asser Institute podcast JurisDictions.

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