For immediate release International Conference on Human Rights and Responsibility.
The consequences of the war YEREVAN, Armenia (March 22, 2022) - The Center for Truth and Justice ("CFTJ").
Announces its first annual international conference on Human Rights and Responsibility: Consequences of the war that will take place on June 1, 2022, from June 3, 2022, in Yerevan, Armenia. The conference unites lawyers as well as leading experts in international law from around the world to resolve the 44-day war in Nagorno-Karabakh (known by Armenians as Artsakh) and access to international justice by victims. Speakers: are professors of international law in the USA, Canada, Australia, and France, From the best universities in Germany, the Philippines, Belgium, etc. Basic: Speakers at Columbia University: Human Rights Studies Professor David, Director of the Institute for Peacebuilding and Rights Program; Phillips, as well as one of Australia's most renowned international lawyers and human beings One of the ombudsmen, Jeffrey Robertson. The 44-day Artsakh war in 2020 is just violence from the beginning of the 20th century. It is the last aggravation of the cycle. The discourse on this conflict is problematic and mainly refers to political-territorial issues. At the same time there. The plight of the indigenous people remains underestimated - the war, Deportation, and injustice are generational trauma and destruction causes: For this reason, the main goal of the conference is to refocus attention on international legal oversight of human rights and humanitarian violations that affect the people of Artsakh. The conference is organized by the CFTJ and the American University of Armenia (AUA) Together with the Russian-Armenian University. It will take place in South Africa (Yerevan, Armenia), as well as remotely. The conference is open to anyone for those who are interested in the objective legal issues of the 44-day war by analysis.
Registration is available at https://cftjustice.org/conference
CFTJ is a non-profit organization based in the United States, established in 2020 in November, immediately after the 44-day Artsakh war. CFTJ is not affiliated with any political or governmental organization and is completely independent. CFTJ Advocacy team builds fact-finding infrastructure in Armenia and Artsakh: war victims and human rights abuses to gather evidence. The CFTJ has collected more than 250 pieces of evidence including returned prisoners of war, deportees, and war veterans from victims of methods. The mission of the CFTJ is to create against humanity. A living memorial to crimes for educational and legal purposes.