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.
Former U.S. Ambassador Stephen J. Rapp on the International Criminal Court, “hybrid” tribunals and the difficulty of creating a system of global justice.
Dr. Robert Eno speaks about the significance of the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights in the judicial landscape of Africa.
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.
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.
Elise Keppler from Human Rights Watch talks about bias, “race hunting,” and the misperceptions of the relationship between Africa and the International Criminal Court.
Africa Group for Justice and Accountability: Statement on African state withdrawals from the International Criminal Court by Burundi, South Africa and The Gambia.
Africa Group for Justice and Accountability and the Wayamo Foundation host Arusha Symposium “Towards a System of International Justice.”
Africa Group for Justice and Accountability: Statement on South Africa‘s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court
Africa Group for Justice and Accountability hosts Arusha symposium on international justice, expresses concern over Burundi’s and South Africa’s withdrawal from the International Criminal Court.