Schedule 2021

ICWRP 2021

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Session 1 : Critical Perspectives on Legal Justice

16:00~16:05

About Session 1

Sanghee Lee MINBYUN-Lawyers for a Democratic Society, Lawyer of Jihyanglaw lawfirm

16:05~16:30

Presentation

The “Comfort Women” in the Courts of the Republic of Korea: the Last Throw of the Dice?
Chris Chinkin
Professorial Research Fellow of London School of Economics and Political Science

16:30~16:45

Discussion 1

Two Rulings on the “Comfort Women” and the International Human Rights Law
Buhmsuk Baek Associate Professor of Kyung-Hee University

16:45~17:00

Discussion 2

Commentary on “Two Rulings” by Dr. Chinkin: Focusing on Transitional Justice and the Predicaments of Women’s Human Rights
Lisa Yoneyama
Professor, Department of East Asian Studies and Women & Gender StudiesInstitute, University of Toronto

17:00~17:15

Discussion 3

‘Comfort Women’ & the Distressing Subordination of Jus Cogens norms to State Immunity
Vahida Nainar Independent Researcher/Consultant

17:15~17:30

Discussion 4

War Violence Against Women as a Universal Phenomenon: A German Perspective
Joachim Valentin Professor of Religious And Cultural Theory, Goethe University, Frankfurt

17:30~18:00

Free Session

Discussion/Q&A

Session 2 : Women’s Rights Movements in the post-Tokyo Women’s Tribunal in 2000

18:30~18:35

About Session 2

Jaesung Lim MINBYUN-Lawyers for a Democratic Society, Lawyer of HAEMARU Law Firm

18:35~19:00

Presentation 1

“Sexual Violence in Conflict,” Ending Impunity, and Asian Women’s Solidarity
Kozue Akibayashi Professor of Doshisha University’s Graduate School of Global Studies

19:00~19:15

Discussion 1

Conceiving Peace and Security from the 2000 Women’s Tribunal Movement: Heterogeneity and Interconnectedness of Wartime Sexual Violence
Elli Kim Visiting Professor of Sungkonghoe University

19:15~19:45

Presentation 2

The Courts of Conscience: A Sensitive Experience to Awake the ‘Sleeping Ethics
Yolanda Aguilar Urizar Coordinator of Training Centre-Healing and Transpersonal Research (Q’anil, Guatemala)

19:45~20:15

Presentation 3

Genealogy of People’s Tribunals Re-written from a Gender/Ecological Perspective: The Constellation of People’s Tribunals
Ajung Sim
Independent Research Activist

20:15~20:30

Discussion 2

Comments on Ajung Sim’s paper by Prof. Dr. Saskia E. Wieringa
Saskia E. Wieringa
Emeritus Professor at the University of Amsterdam

20:30~20:50

Free Sesssion

Discussion/Q&A

Session 3 : the Politics of Memory

15:30~15:35

About Session 3

Jiyoung Shin Associate Professor of the Institute of Korean Studies at Yonsei Univ.

15:35~16:05

Presentation 1

Still Not Acknowledged as a Crime: Sexual Violence in World War II in Europe and Asia
Regina Mühlhäuser
Senior Researcher of Hamburg Foundation for the Advancement of Research and Culture

16:05~16:20

Discussion 1

Is the Mnemonic Solidarity Possible?
Yongsuk Jung Assistant Professor of Chuncheon National University of Education

16:20~16:50

Presentation 2

Words for ‘Hesitant People’: The Situation of “Comfort Stations” in Okinawan People’s Eyes
Yunshin Hong Visiting Researcher of Center for Asia Pacific, Osaka University of Economics and Law

16:50~17:05

Discussion 2

What is Being Questioned in the ‘Politics of Death’
Tomiyama Ichiro Professor of Doshisha University’s Graduate School of Global Studies

17:05~17:25

Free Session

Discussion/Q&A

Session 4 : Gendered Impacts of War and the Problem of Peace

18:00~18:05

About Session 4

Hanui Choi Community Lab General Manager of PEACEMOMO

18:05~18:35

Presentation 1 

How to Teach the “Comfort Women” Issue in Schools in Japan
Mitsuko Hirai
Part-time Lecturer of Osaka University

18:35~18:50

Discussion 1

Acting with “Comfort Women”: From a Peace Perspective
Suyeon Song Teacher of Eunhaeng High School in Gyeonggi-do

18:50~19:20

Presentation 2

Towards Inclusive Peace in East Asia: Women and Youth Inclusion in Peace and Security
Yeonju Jung PhD candidate in International Relations at Stockholm University

19:20~19:35

Discussion 2

A Gender-Inclusive Approach to Peace: The Bangsamoro Experience
Bai Shaima Baraguir Independent Researcher

19:35~19:55

Free Session

Discussion/Q&A