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 director of Legal Services of the Nigerian Army, General Yusuf Shalangwa has stated that the Nigerian Military has no tolerance for professional misconduct and war crimes. BY OLUGBENGA SOYELE, Lagos.
Lagos Television : from 28-30 June, Wayamo organised a capacity-building workshop for military investigators and prosecutors on ‘STRENGTHENING JUSTICE AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN NIGERIA’ at the Southern Sun Hotel Ikoyi in Lagos.
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.
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.
DPP Biswalo says for EA to address transnational crimes, member countries have to work together.
The Wayamo Foundation, an independent non-profit organisation has commenced training of prosecutors to complement the International Criminal Court (ICC) in prosecuting terrorists and other international crimes. By Cecilia John.
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.
The former Chief Prosecutor of UNMICT Alhagie Hassan Bubacarr Jallow, has expressed “great dismay and disappointment” at the reported decision of The Gambian government to withdraw from the Rome Statue of the International Criminal Court (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).