Legislative Conference Brings Liberia Closer to the Establishment of a War Crimes Court

Legislative Conference Brings Liberia Closer to the Establishment of a War Crimes Court On 18-19 July 2019 various Liberian stakeholders and international experts assembled in Monrovia for a historic Legislative Conference on Accountability for Past Crimes in Liberia. The Legislative Conference was organized as a collaboration between the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom, […]

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Le Directeur de Civitas Maxima récompensé par l’Ordre des Avocats de Genève

Civitas Maxima’s Director rewarded by the Bar Association of Geneva Yesterday, 5th of April, Alain Werner, lawyer, director and founder of Civitas Maxima, was awarded the prize “Bâtonnier Michel Halpérin for Excellence” by the Geneva Bar Association. This prize is given in the memory of Chairman of the Bar Association Michel Halpérin, deceased in 2014. […]

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FIFDH 2019 Exposition

FIFDH 2019 EXHIBITION The Geneva International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) is the leading international event dedicated to cinema and human rights around the world. Civitas Maxima is thrilled to partner with FIFDH in its 17th edition and co-host an art exhibition. Our exhibition can be seen throughout the entire festival from […]

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Liberia: Conference on Justice

Liberia: Conference on Justice Officials, Activists to Meet Amid Push for War Crimes Court (Monrovia, November 6, 2018) – Liberian government officials, international representatives, and local and international activists will participate in a one-day conference, “Opportunities and Challenges for Truth and Justice in Liberia for Past Crimes,” in Monrovia on November 9, 2018. The conference […]

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Cartooning for Justice

Cartooning for Justice Art students and academics combine cartoons and research to debate justice for war-time crimes in a workshop held in Monrovia, Liberia August 27th to 31st, 2018, art students in Monrovia were encouraged to find artistic responses to the complex question of whether or not war-time crimes should be punished in Liberia today. […]

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