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PANEL V: Victims and reparations

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22-24 March 2016 What do victims of international crimes want? What is the responsibility of states to victims? How can reparations be provided to victims and survivors of international crimes? Moderator • Kelly-Jo Bluen Project Leader for International Justice, Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, Johannesburg Panellists • Stephen Lamony Head of Advocacy and Policy on UN, AU and Africa Situations, …

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Chief Justice of Tanzania talks Justice and Accountability in Africa

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18-19 October 2016 On 18-19 October 2016, the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability and the Wayamo Foundation hosted International Symposium on the theme, “Towards a System of International Justice” in Arusha, Tanzania. 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

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Justice Talks: Jean-Bosco Mutangana

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On 21 November 2017, the Wayamo Foundation hosted an International Symposium on the theme, “International Crimes, Domestic Justice – Accountability and Capacity Building in East Africa” in Kigali, Rwanda, where Jean-Bosco Mutangana was a participant. — Justice Talks are a series of interviews about justice and accountability in Africa and beyond, featuring experts and leaders from the fields of human …

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Justice Talks: Charles Adeogun-Phillips

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Charles Adeogun-Phillips, Litigation Practitioner and Former lead International Prosecutor, ICTR, talks about the complex challenges that African prosecutions face.

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Justice Talks: Stella Ndirangu

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Stella Ndirangu, Programme Manager at the Kenyan section of the International Commission of Jurists, speaks to Wayamo Foundation’s Judie Kaberia about domestic investigations and prosecution of International crimes in East Africa. Ndirangu discusses the importance of political will to the success of Rwanda’s efforts to prosecute international crimes, and the contrasting situation in Uganda’s International Crimes Division. She also discusses …