#LawNotWar

Published on Nov 11, 2015

In Honor of Veterans Day Christie Edwards, Director of the American Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Program interviews Benjamin B. Ferencz, Former Chief Prosecutor at the Subsequent Proceedings at Nuremberg.

Speakers:
Christie Edwards, Director of the American Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Program
Benjamin B. Ferencz, Former Chief Prosecutor at the Subsequent Proceedings at Nuremberg

Learn more about Ben Ferencz at http://www.benferencz.org.

To learn more about the American Red Cross International Humanitarian Law program, visit http://www.humanityinwarblog.com.

Photos taken from http://www.benferencz.org.

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About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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2 Responses to #LawNotWar

  1. Susan,
    Either your seeing my post of this interview prompted your re-posting it, or we’re witnessing evidence of psychic phenomena. 🙂 What matters, obviously, is the message from Mr. Ferencz on international to – finally – deter war criminals. The man is a genuine legal giant, whose ideas should be put into practice as soon as possible. Thank you.

    • Mr. Ferencz life story and recommendations are amazing, Jerry. I certainly hope that his prediction that the cumbersomeness of international law will follow the evolution of computers. Physic phenomena would be more entertaining, but I saw and shared your post, and noticed while sharing that your blog banner rather than the video showed up in the shares … I set up my post because I wanted to make sure that people saw the video, and didn’t think that sharing it twice – your post and mine – was a bad idea. Thank you for finding this gem!

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