Omar D., photographer, Paris/Algier
Scott Horton, human rights lawyer and editor Harper Magazine, New York
Moderation: Mark Sealy, photographer, curator Autograph ABP, London
The colonial crimes that have yet to be properly addressed represent a gap in the ongoing success story of international criminal justice since 1945. This panel looks at the widespread use of torture by the French Army during the Algerian war and the knock-on effects in contemporary Algerian history. The discussion will also examine the transfer of certain torture techniques and methods of repression beased on examples from Algeria, Argentina, Iraq and Guantánamo.