Join us for the 12th Annual Oasis of Peace Rueff Lecture. Registration is free. We do ask you to consider making a donation after your registration in support of our work and of the educational projects of Neve Shalom-Wahat al-Salam.*

Professor Philippe Sands QC - "Thinking about an International Rule of Law"
Philippe Sands has spent his life working on matters of international justice and conflict. From a unique vantage point, he shares thoughts about prospects going forward.

The Lawyers’ Group of Oasis of Peace UK invites you to register for our 12th Annual Philip Rueff Lecture.

Our speaker, Professor Philippe Sands QC, is a contributor to the New York Review of BooksVanity Fair, the Financial TimesThe Guardian, New York Times and the author of numerous books including East West Street: On the Origins of Crimes Against Humanity and Genocide (awarded the 2016 Baillie Gifford Prize, the 2017 British Book Awards Non-Fiction Book of the Year, and the 2018 Prix Montaigne) and The Ratline: Love, Lies and Justice on the Trail of a Nazi Fugitive. Philippe is Professor of Law at University College London and a practising barrister at Matrix Chambers. He appears as counsel before international courts and tribunals, sits as an international arbitrator and is President of English PEN and a member of the Board of the Hay Festival of Arts and Literature.
(Photo courtesy of Antonio Olmos)

* 50% of all donations from this event will contribute to funding the Neve Shalom-Wahat al-Salam School for Peace in a most trying year, specifically its Graduate Programme which harnesses the skills of thousands of the School's alumni to create life-changing national peace projects. The remaining 50% will contribute towards Oasis of Peace UK's wider charitable work in support of Neve Shalom-Wahat al-Salam.

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