Toussaint Muntazini, Special Prosecutor of the Special Criminal Court in Bangui, Central African Republic discusses the progress and challenges of the newly established Special Criminal Court.
Since January 2017, the Wayamo Foundation and the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability have held five capacity building workshops for investigators, prosecutors and judges, and four symposia on international justice at venues in Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania.
The former Prime Minister of Senegal discusses how regional cooperation is key to tackling transnational organized crimes in Africa.
The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) has recently begun an engagement with the government and the judiciary of The Gambia regarding justice and reconciliation issues and policies in the country.
On 7 August, Arusha played host to an international symposium at the Mount Meru Hotel, aimed at exploring: judicial independence, integrity and ethics in the fight against international and transnational crime; case studies on the role of the judiciary in addressing human trafficking and corruption; and the relationship between domestic, regional, and international courts in combatting serious crimes.
TANZANIA is among countries that feel that there is a compelling need for the judiciary to be granted a wider latitude for tackling cross-border rackets and international crimes. By HAZLA OMAR.
Anton Steynberg, Senior Trial Lawyer, Office of the Prosecutor, ICC: We are committed to improving our relationship with African Member States.
As a continuation of its ongoing commitment to justice and accountability across the continent, the Wayamo Foundation and the AGJA convened two additional events following its two-day public symposium.
Dakar – du 7 au 8 juillet, Catherine Samba-Panza, l’ancienne présidente de la transition participe à un symposium international intitulé “changement de perception – du retrait à l’engagement constructif”. By Fernando Cancio.
On 7 and 8 July, the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) and the Wayamo Foundation, with the financial support of the FORD Foundation, welcomed participants to the international symposium on International Criminal Justice, at the Terrou-Bi Hotel in Dakar.