Mohamed Chande Othman, the Chief Justice of Tanzania, and member of the Africa Group for Justice Accountability, reflects on the symposium and on justice systems in Africa, held in Arusha, Tanzania 18-19 October 2016.
Africa Group Justice Talks: HRW’s Elise Keppler
Elise Keppler from Human Rights Watch talks about bias, “race hunting,” and the misperceptions of the relationship between Africa and the International Criminal Court.
Brussels Side Event: Strengthening the Central African Republic’s Justice System
Africa Group side event in Brussels on “Strengthening the Central African Republic’s Justice System and Operationalising the Special Criminal Court” features Flavien Mbata, Minister of Justice of the Central African Republic.
Hague Side Event: Through the looking glass — Imagining the future of International Criminal Justice
ICC Assembly of States Parties Side Event: Through the looking glass — Imagining the future of International Criminal Justice. Panel Discussion and preview of art exhibition “Weights and Measures: portraits of justice.”
Africa Group Justice Talks: SALC’s Angela Mudukuti
Angela Mudukuti from the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) talks about her organsation’s case against the South African government for its failure to arrest Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir.
Arusha training for first responders to scenes of mass crimes
Two-day workshop for first responders to scenes of mass crimes held in Arusha, Tanzania.
Abuja training on addressing complex crimes under Nigerian criminal law
Two day workshop for prosecutors from Nigeria’s Complex Case Work Unit in the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution of the Federation and the National Prosecution Co-ordination Committee.
Africa Group Justice Talks: ICTJ’s Howard Varney
The ICTJ’s Howard Varney speaks about the transitional justice in South Africa, reflecting on the rainbow nation, successes, failures and mistakes in the 1990s and today.
Africa Group Justice Talks: Amb. Stephen Rapp
Former U.S. Ambassador Stephen J. Rapp on the International Criminal Court, “hybrid” tribunals and the difficulty of creating a system of global justice.
Africa Group Justice Talks: Brenda Hollis
Brenda Hollis, Prosecutor of the Special Court for Sierra Leone, leads the discussion on finding justice, the revival of hybrid tribunals and the limitations of the International Criminal Court.