International jurists are brave pioneers blazing an uncertain and precarious trail through a maze of political, financial and other daunting obstacles to bring the world’s worst criminals to justice. By PETER FABRICIUS.
Judiciary seeks sharper teeth in anti – crime war
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.
LIVE: DPP Biswalo on transnational crime on TBC 1
DPP Biswalo says for EA to address transnational crimes, member countries have to work together.
Illegal natural resource trade “fuelling” grave human rights crimes in Africa
Emmanuelle Marchand, senior legal counsel to NGO Civitas Maxima, urges international criminal justice to pay more attention to organized crimes that could in some cases be categorized as “international” crimes.
Wayamo Foundation calls for stronger counter hatespeech strategies
The director of Wayamo Foundation, Bettina Ambach, has called for stronger counter hate speech measures, following concerns about the growing wave of hate speech in countries like South Sudan.
Sénégal : Samba-Panza à Dakar pour un symposium sur la justice et l’impunité
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.
The international criminal court is vital to our fight against impunity in Africa
The ICC may not be perfect, but never before has so much been done on the African continent to achieve accountability for the gravest crimes.
African judges worried over SA withdrawal from ICC
The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA), which has just concluded its symposium in Arusha, has expressed concern regarding South Africa’s decision to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC).
African Legal and Rights Experts Encourage Leaders to Stick With ICC
On Thursday, the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA), a group of African legal and rights experts, asked the leaders of South Africa, Burundi and Gambia to reconsider plans to pull out of the International Criminal Court. By Uju.
Justice Jallow Urges Government to Reconsider Decision on ICC Withdrawal
Justice Hassan Baboucarr Jallow of the International Criminal Court (ICC) has called on the Gambia Government to reconsider its decision on the country’s withdrawal from the ICC.