Erin Farrell Rosenberg
Adjunct Professor at the University of Cincinnati School of Law and an attorney specializing in international criminal law and reparations, having worked at the ICTY and the International Criminal Court. She is the former Senior Advisor for the Center for the Prevention of Genocide at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, where she was the lead author for the report series, Practical Prevention: How the Genocide Convention’s Obligation to Prevent Applies to Burma. She is a member of the Editorial Committee of the Journal of International Criminal Justice (JICJ) and the ABA Working Group on Crimes Against Humanity.
Gender and Genocide in the 21st Century: How Understanding Gender can Improve Genocide Prevention and Response
A two-day conference the New Lines Institute held in September addressed the role that gender plays in genocide and how taking a gendered perspective can bolster prevention and improve government responses. This report addresses the issues covered during the conference and ways to make sure that gender is considered in efforts to prevent and respond to genocide and in efforts to hold perpetrators accountable.
The Case for Making Myanmar’s Report Public
Myanmar is required to report periodically on the measures it has taken to comply with the Order. The purpose of the provisional measures reporting requirement is to permit the Court to assess the appropriateness and adequacy of measures taken and to consider whether additional measures may be merited. Myanmar’s two reports filed to date have been classified confidential, available only to the Court and The Gambia. Myanmar’s third report is due in the coming days.