The roundtable on current trends and dangers in how countries deal with WW2 and post-WW2 convictions. Moderator: Dr. Michael Pinto-Duschinsky, Former Politics Fellow, Merton College and Pembroke College, University of Oxford and Brunel University, UK Bill of Rights Commissioner) Professor Ciril Ribi?i?, Professor of Law, University of Ljubljana, Former Constitutional Court Judge and a lead complainant to the Slovenian Constitutional Court against the judgement of the Supreme Court in the ongoing Rupnik case Dr Robert Williams, Deputy Director, International Affairs, The US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Former Chair, Committee on Antisemitism and Holocaust Denial, International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance, and Member, the German Government's Committee Against Holocaust Distortion Professor András Sajó, Former European Court of Human Rights Judge and Vice-President, Major European Constitutional Scholar, Professor of Law, Central European University and Facebook Oversight Board Member, in conversation with Professor Jurij Toplak, Professor of Law, Alma Mater Europaea University, Visiting Professor of Law, Fordham University and Co-Chair, Research Group on Freedom of Expression, International Association of Constitutional Law Baroness Ruth Deech, Member, UK House of Lords, Former Principal, St Anne's College, University of Oxford, Chair of UK Bar Standards Council and currently a lead campaigner on Post-Holocaust issues concerning the UK and Poland Dr Michael Pinto-Duschinsky, Former Honorary Academic Advisor, Claims for Jewish Slave Labour Compensation, and currently President, Research Committee on Political Finance and Political Corruption, International Political Science Association

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