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Aidan Ellis presented a paper on reparations at the Doha Conference on National, Regional and International mechanisms to combat impunity and ensure accountability under International Law

15th April 2019

Aidan Ellis presented a paper addressing the different forms of reparations available to victims before national, regional and international courts to the Doha Conference. The presentation formed part of a Working Group discussing the issue of reparations to victims of serious human rights violations.

The Doha Conference was organised by the Qatar National Human Rights Committee, together with the European Parliament and the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. It addressed national, regional and international mechanism to combat impunity under International Law.

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