Fatou Bensouda, former Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, discusses the impact of the ICC’s jurisprudence on international criminal justice in Africa.
Les débats et discussions ont commencé avec une conversation avec les deux invités d’honneur : Fatou Bensouda, Ancienne Procureure de la Cour pénale internationale, et Serge Brammertz, Procureur du Mécanisme international chargé d’exercer les fonctions résiduelles des Tribunaux pénaux. Le modérateur de la conversation, Thierry Cruvellier, rédacteur en Chef de Justiceinfo.net, a invité Madame Bensouda et Monsieur Brammertz à réfléchir sur le rôle et les relations entre les tribunaux internationaux et les États.
The Wayamo Foundation and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation’s Rule of Law Programme for Francophone Sub-Saharan Africa are proud to announce the launch of three additional country pages on the “Justice in West Africa” website, a bilingual online resource platform of accountability efforts for international crimes.
Fatou Bensouda, former Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), discusses the importance of judicial independence and the rule of law in highly politicised trials. She talks about the challenges she faced as ICC Prosecutor and how she coped with the pressure. She also discusses the impact of the ICC’s jurisprudence on international criminal justice in Africa, the importance of state cooperation, complementarity, and the role of domestic jurisdictions in fighting impunity.
The Wayamo Foundation and the Rule of Law Programme for Sub-Saharan Africa of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung are proud to present a video gallery featuring judges and experts who address the problem of how to achieve justice and accountability for international and transnational organised crimes:
On International Justice Day, Mark Kersten, consultant at the Wayamo Foundation, highlights the importance of tackling the funding of atrocity perpetrators.
On 22 September 2020 Wayamo Foundation Senior Consultant Mark Kersten gave the following remarks to the Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) on Libya, which was established by the United Nations Human Rights Council in June 2020. The talk focused on the need to investigate the nexus between international crimes (crimes against humanity, war crimes, genocide) and transnational organised crimes (human trafficking, extortion, drug trafficking, etc.).
“Through the Lens of Nuremberg: The International Criminal Court at its Tenth Anniversary.” A Wayamo Foundation documentary on the historic Nuremberg Trials and the modern International Criminal Court.
Do immunity rights, peace negotiations and national amnesty laws contradict international criminal law? International Media Conference First week: July 4 – 15, 2011 at the Gaborone Sun Hotel, Gaborone, Botswana