On 8 June, the International Bar Association convened an experts’ roundtable discussion on ‘Trials in Absentia in International Criminal Justice‘ in the presence of more than 130 delegates, which addressed various issues related to the fairness of proceedings, including notice to the accused, the right to re-trial, and effective assistance of Counsel; the tensions between the promotion of the rule of law, fair trial rights and efficiency of proceedings, and the future of trials in absentia in international criminal law.
Toby Cadman spoke about the Bangladesh War Crimes Tribunal.
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