Professor Leila Sadat recently spoke to BBC Legal Affairs Correspondent, Joshua Rozenberg, in his Law in Action segment on crimes against humanity.  In this segment, Rozenberg explores the origins of international criminal law, particularly the difference between “genocide” and “crimes against humanity.”  Other featured guests include Special Rapporteur for Crimes Against Humanity, Professor Sean Murphy, and Professor Philippe Sands who gives an historical overview of the two lawyers who introduced these two concepts, Raphael Lemkin and Hersch Lauterpacht.
Listen to the 30 minute segment here.