On 1-2 July, the Wayamo Foundation hosted a workshop in Nairobi for investigators from the Kenya Police Criminal Investigation Department and prosecutors from the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions. The workshop featured special guest Robert J. Currie, Associate Professor of Law, Dalhousie University, Canada and Reiko Fujibayashi, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC). On June 30, …
Naivasha Workshop on Strengthening Investigation and Prosecution Against Wildlife Trafficking
On 4 October, the Wayamo Foundation hosted an interagency workshop for the Kenyan agencies involved in the fight against wildlife crimes. The workshop, which featured invited guests from Interpol and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, focused on working up the chain of command, chain of custody and collaboration with neighbouring countries. All photos by Matthew Rhodes, Wayamo.
Botswana Symposium on Ending Impunity Together
Exploring links between Core International Crimes and Transnational Organised Crimes Download: Concept Note, Programme On 27 – 28 October 2015, in cooperation with Athaliah Molokomme, Attorney General of the Republic of Botswana and with the financial support of the German Federal Foreign Office and the Network for Investigation and Prosecution of Genocide, Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes, the Wayamo …
International Justice in Motion – Perspectives from Uganda and Beyond
Susan Okalany is a judge at the International Crimes Division (ICD) of the High Court of Uganda. In this interview, she discusses the challenges judges face when adjudicating international crime cases at the ICD.
International Justice in Motion – Perspectives from South Africa and Beyond
Richard J. Goldstone, Former Justice at South Africa’s Constitutional Court and founding Chief Prosecutor of the ICTR and ICTY, shares his thoughts on the role of the judiciary in defending human rights and the rule of law during apartheid in South Africa. Judge Goldstone also discusses the relationship between the ICC and African states, as well as the future of international criminal justice on the African continent.