'Atrocity Speech: Understanding the Law, Its Problems, and Fixing Them'
was made possible by the generous support of the Chinese University of Hong Kong’s Project Impact Enhancement Fund (PIEF). Additional support was provided by Yale University’s Genocide Studies Program, which is supported by the Whitney and Betty Macmillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale.
The exhibition is based on Gregory S. Gordon’s book
'Atrocity Speech Law: Foundation, Fragmentation, and Fruition'
(Oxford University Press, 2017). The text was written by Professor Gordon (Professor of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong) and Dr. David J. Simon (Senior Lecturer of Political Science and Director of the Genocide Studies Program, Yale University). Production of the site was coordinated by Leora Kahn (Executive Director, Proof: Media for Social Justice). Note that the views expressed within this site reflect those of its authors and are not to be attributed to the institutions with which they are affiliated.
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