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16:00 - 19:30 14 October 2013
Judging the Generals: Human Rights Trials in Chile 15 Years after the Pinochet Case
Lecture Theatre 103, First Floor |
51 Gordon Square
London | WC1H 0PN | United Kingdom
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Film screening and dialogue with Judge Alejandro Solis, a Chilean judge who investigated Augusto Pinochet and resolved many of Chile’s major dictatorship-era human rights cases.
On 16 October 1998, the world’s media was electrified by the news that former Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet had been arrested in a London clinic, charged with crimes against humanity. UCL Institute of the Americas (UCL-IA) and the University of Ulster mark the 15th anniversary of this major milestone in international justice with a unique opportunity to hear first hand what happened once the general went home.
4.00-6.00 Film session ‘The Judge and the General’ – 2008 – 86 mins, directed by Patricio Lanfranco and Elizabeth Farnsworth
6.00-7.30 Q&A (in Spanish) – Prof Cath Collins (Ulster) in conversation with Judge Alejandro Solís
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