mercredi 14 septembre 2011

Le SNAP qui accuse Benoit XVI devant la CPI : une affaire de "genre"

Aujourd'hui, en boucle BFM nous annonce sans analyse ni recul que certains voudraient traduire Benoit XVI devant la CPI pour crimes contre l'humanité. Madame Pamela Spees explicite ce sujet. Qui est elle ?

Je ne résiste pas à vous livre sa biographie officielle et brute en anglais :  son parcours indique qu'elle n'en est pas à son premier coup dans le "mélange des genres"

Pam Spees is a senior staff attorney in the international human rights program at the Center for Constitutional Rights. She has a background in international criminal and human rights law with a gender focus, as well as criminal trial practice.
Prior to joining CCR, she practiced criminal law in Louisiana, where she primarily represented indigent persons in state and federal courts. In addition, she has worked as a consultant in international law with a focus on women's human rights and previously served as Program Director of the Women's Caucus for Gender Justice, an international advocacy network dedicated to ensuring accountability for crimes of sexual and gender violence included in the treaty establishing the International Criminal Court. She now serves as an advisor to the Women's Initiatives for Gender Justice (formerly the Women's Caucus), which is now based in The Hague, to monitor the Court and continue the advocacy for accountability gender-based violence.

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