Workshop: Art and International Courts

Art and International Justice Initiative (ARTIJ) together with Centre of Excellence for International Courts (iCourts) is launching a call for papers for the workshop entitled 'Art and International Courts'. 

This one and a half day workshop will explore the role of art in the practice of international courts. The workshop will focus on the areas where art has already entered the discourse of international courts and influences their performance. Contributions are invited along the following thematic lines: 

  • Art in the practice of reparations at the International Criminal Court, the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia and the Inter-American Court of Human Rights;
  • Architectural design of international courts, interior design of courtrooms and other aesthetic attributes of international justice (judicial attire, eloquence and rhetoric) in shaping popular perception of international justice;
  • Art as a method of international courts' outreach efforts to a wider community;
  • Art and cultural heritage as a value receiving increased protection by international

Programme

Workshop: Art and International Courts (pdf)

Registration

For participation in the seminar please use this registration form no later than 10 April 2019 , 12:00.