Ezokola: The Test of Complicity in War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity

York University is holding a panel discussion on this case decided by the Supreme Court of Canada. CCIJ, in partnership with the University of Toronto International Human Rights Program, intervened in the case. CCIJ and the IHRP argued that the criteria repeatedly applied by the courts and the government of Canada concerning exclusion from refugee protection was not in line with international law.  On July 19, 2013, the Supreme Court released its judgment. The Court ruled, in line with the position taken by CCIJ, the IHRP and other interveners, that the refugee determination must be made in accordance with international criminal law. For details of the case visit the CCIJ website case page.

1:30pm – 3:30pm
McLaughlin Junior Common Room (McLaughlin 014)
McLaughlin College
4700 Keele Street
Toronto, ON
M3J 1P3

The panel is hosted by McLaughlin, Master’s Office

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