[Updated 9.11.2018] The Jury of the "Giuseppe Torre" Award for critical essays on the Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Ed. 2018, decided not to award the first prize and to assign an ex aequo second prize to Stefan Karganović e Jovan Milojevich (see the Jury Statement in full).
AWARDING of the winners will take place in Milano, Saturday 1 December 2018 starting at 10:30 a.m. at Galleria Milano, Via Turati 14. For organizational reasons, interested people [with the exception of Jugocoord members and guests] must send a participation request to the address jugocoord @ tiscali.it including: name, surname, phone number of each participant. Only in case of full booking a negative answer will be sent within 1-2 days after submission of the request.
11:00: Introductory Address by the secretary of the organizing association Jugocoord Onlus: Andrea Martocchia.
11:15: Statement of the Prize Jury by the delegate member: Jean Toschi Marazzani Visconti.
11:30: Winners' speeches
Stefan Karganović: "ICTY and Srebrenica"
Jovan Milojevich: "When justice fails: Re-raising the Question of Ethnic Bias at the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY)”
12:00: Excerpts from the documentary film "De Zaak Milosevic" (by Jos de Putter / VPRO, The Nederlands 2003, O.V. with subtitles).
12:15: Speeches by the guests:
Gen. Giorgio Blais, former head of military missions abroad, expert of International and Humanitarian Law and Protection of Cultural Heritage
Tiphaine Dickson, former international criminal defense lawyer, lead counsel at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, former legal advisor in the Milosevic trial and currently lecturer at the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government at Portland State University
Massimo Nava, columnist of the newspaper Corriere della Sera, author of essays on the Yugoslav crisis including: "Imputato Milosevic. Il processo ai vinti e l'etica della guerra"
Slobodan Lazarević, journalist, president of the Managing Board of the Association Sloboda–Freedom, Belgrade
12:45: Discussion and Conclusions.
Working languages will be ITALIAN and ENGLISH. Free donations to cover organizational costs are welcome