Guest Lectures by Prof. Reema Bhattacharya (Jagannath University, India)

Guest Lectures by Prof. Reema Bhattacharya (Jagannath University, India)

We are pleased to invite You for a Guest Lectures by Assoc. Prof. Reema Bhattacharya from Jagannath University, India

Our Guest will give an online lecture on: „The Victim Participation and Rights of the Accused in the International Criminal Justice System” on Friday, May 10, 2024; 7:15 – 9:00 CET

The lecture will focus into the realm of international criminal justice which balances the rights of the accused and the participation of victims and will be giving a brief idea about the fair trials for those accused of serious international crimes while also recognizing the rights and needs of victims to participate in the legal process and seek justice for the harm they have endured. The lecture will also emphasis into the number of international legal treaties, including the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which guarantees the fair treatment and due process through-out the legal process. Nonetheless, there has been a rising understanding of the significance of including victims in the international criminal justice system alongside the rights of the accused so, the delivering of the lecture will also highlight the International Criminal Court (ICC) Statute relating to the rights of victims to participate in proceedings before the court and also the victims of significant international crimes, such as genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity who often suffer severe physical, psychological, and emotional harm.
Provisions relating to these challenges, international criminal tribunals and courts have implemented various safeguards to protect the rights of the accused while facilitating victim participation, which includes strict rules of evidence and procedure and with the principle of equality ensures that both the prosecution and the defense have equal opportunities to present their case will be discussed during the session which will promote accountability and justice for all parties involved.

All members and friends of our Faculty community are very welcome to attend!
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Guest Lectures by Prof. Reema Bhattacharya (Jagannath University, India)Reema Bhattacharya, Assistant Professor, Law, at Jagannath University, NCR, since 2018. She has completed her LLM in Corporate Law as her Specialized Area from Department of Law, Kurukshetra University, Haryana and currently a Ph.D. Research Scholar at Amity Law school, Noida, Amity University. She has also completed Her 3 years LLB from IME Law College, and prior to that completed BA(H) Political Science from Gargi College, University of Delhi and has also completed Master's (M.A) in Public Administration. She has achieved several recognitions and Won Best Presentation Award at 3rd International Conference, held at Galgotia's University, Noida , Best presentation Award at 3rd World Conference on Human Rights and Intellectual Property Rights held at ILI , New Delhi, and Best presentation Award at International Conference organised by Knowledge steez in collaboration with Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris & has also won Young Academic Excellence Award, 2019 at National Award and Symposium, held at Allahabad. She has also appeared as one of the Panel Judge at International & National Moot Court Competitions organized by DME law College, Noida & Bharti Vidyapeeth University, Paschim Vihar, Delhi. She is tremendously engaged with sports in her lifetime and represented in National Volleyball tournaments and has secured 1st position & Gold Medal in All India Volley Tournament and 3rd position in Delhi University's Annual sports Meet. She has published 9 Research articles in various SCOPUS, Web of Science & UGC– CARE Journals, and has presented 29 Research Articles in various International & National Conferences and Seminars and also contributed in 7 book chapters.


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