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The newly established Special Criminal Court : progress and challenges

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6-11 July 2017 Interview with Toussaint Muntazini, Special Prosecutor of the Special Criminal Court in Bangui, Central African Republic, by Wayamo Foundation East Africa Co-ordinator Judie Kaberia: Dakar, Senegal, 8 July 2017. ENGLISH TRANSLATION BELOW. -Judie Kaberia- What lessons are being learned from similar courts, and have we recorded any progress? -Toussaint Muntazini- Indeed, there are a lot of lessons …

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Filling the Gaps — International Criminal Justice Beyond the ICC

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11 July 2017 Dakar, Senegal, 11 July 2017: Bettina Ambach (Director, Wayamo Foundation) talks to Toussaint Muntazini and Jacob Damili Sanny (Special Prosecutor and Indictment Chamber Judge respectively of the Special Criminal Court in Bangui, Central African Republic). ENGLISH BELOW. *** -Toussaint Muntazini- The Special Criminal Court (SCC) is the youngest court on the international criminal justice scene. It is …

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Change from Within — Building a Better ICC

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6-11 July 2017 Navi Pillay, Former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and AGJA member, speaks on what the ICC has achieved since its establishment.

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Changing the Narrative: Navigating political realities in the fight against impunity

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6-11 July 2017 Former Chief Prosecutor of both the ICTY & ICTR, Richard Goldstone, gives his take on the ICC’s ruling of South Africa’s “non-compliance” in its failure to arrest Sudan’s President, Omar al-Bashir, when he visited Johannesburg for an African Union meeting in 2015.

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Juridictions internationales, hybrides et internationalisées – enjeux et défis

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11 July 2017 Interview with Serge Brammertz, Prosecutor, United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals, by Wayamo Foundation Director, Bettina Ambach – Dakar, Senegal, 11 July 2017. ENGLISH TRANSLATION BELOW. Question 1: We are here in Dakar for the exchange/sharing of experiences between the members of the Special Criminal Court of the Central African Republic, the Extraordinary African Chambers in …

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Engaging Constructively with the ICC

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6-11 July 2017 Professor of Law, Tiyanjana Maluwa, discusses the importance of strengthening national justice mechanisms in Africa, the ICC’s purported ‘African bias’ and role that global leaders ought to be taking in the system of international justice.