APRIL 24, 2014 – Workshop – Naming, Blaming, and Legal Framing: Barriers to War Crimes Investigations

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Workshop: Naming, Blaming, and Legal Framing: Barriers to War Crimes Investigations

Presented by the International Law Group and the Human Rights Research and Education Centre

Thursday, April 24, 2014
10 am to 12 pm
57 Louis Pasteur, Fauteux 570, uOttawa
Professors and graduate students

RSVP : HRREC@uottawa.ca

Presented by: Shiri Krebs

Shiri Krebs, Christiana Shi Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellow in International Studies, Zuckerman Fellow, and International Security Fellow at Stanford University will provide a workshop on April 24, 2014 from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. in FTX570 for interested professors and graduate students on her research: “Naming, Blaming, and Legal Framing: Barriers to War Crimes Investigations”. Shiri conducts online survey experiments designed to measure the impact of legal language on perceived credibility of facts relating to war crimes investigations. Her first case study was the conflict in Afghanistan, and she is interested in comparing US and Canadian nationals.

Abstract

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