LIFE THROUGH A LOOP

LIFE THROUGH A LOOP

LIFE THROUGH A LOOP

MOUNA MOUNAYER I WRITER I DIRECTOR I PRODUCER I WIFE and not necessarily in that order…

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A VERY SERIOUS CORNER…

9 Jan 2012 2 Comments

MAYA MOUNAYER-RIGBY CORNER

This very serious corner of Life Through A Loop is reserved for the writing of my very serious sister – Mayada Mounayer-Rigby AKA the academic who covers war crimes conferences and other heavy pursuits like why women in Lebanon got suffrage but have not participated in politics. Well the conferences are heavy and the subject matter arousing in its potential for subjective debate but her turn of phrase and her keen eye kept me reading and at the end of the day that is worth space on any blog.  So if you enjoy history, politics and/or the history of politics then this is the spot for you.

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Justice? Whose Justice? Punishment, Mediation or Reconciliation?

9 Jan 2012 1 Comment

2ND BIENNIAL WAR CRIMES CONFERENCE:
Justice? – Whose Justice? Punishment, Mediation or Reconciliation?’
3 to 5 March 2011, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

Maya Mounayer-Rigby

 The eagerly awaited 2nd Biennial War Crimes Conference, organised by SOLON, was held 3 to 5 March 2011 at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS), Russell Square, London. This year SOLON was supported in hosting this event by the following partners:

I am aware that I cannot possibly do justice to all the papers presented over the three-day conference so what follows are just some of the highlights of the 2nd  Biennial War Crimes Conference.  Please click  on the link below to continue reading:

2nd Biennial War Crimes Conference, 2011

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