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Africa Group Justice Talks: Elise Keppler

18-19 October 2016 Elise Keppler from Human Rights Watch talks about bias, “race hunting,” and the misperceptions of the relationship between Africa and the International Criminal Court. Keppler is associate director of HRW’s International Justice Program and the author of fact-finding reports on the UN-backed Special Court for Sierra Leone and Uganda’s International Crimes Division, and played an integral role …

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Africa Group Justice Talks: Kirsten Ainley

18-19 October 2016 Kirsten Ainley talks about the UN Security Council, the International Criminal Court and how to address bias at the ICC. Ainley is an Assistant Professor of International Relations and Director of the Centre for International Studies at the London School of Economics. Her research focuses on the history and development of international criminal law, international political theory, …

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Africa Group Justice Talks: Stephen Rapp

18-19 October 2016 Ambassador Stephen J. Rapp on the International Criminal Court, “hybrid” tribunals and the difficulty of creating the third wave of international criminal justice. Stephen J. Rapp served as Ambassador-at-Large heading the Office of Global Criminal Justice in the U.S. State Department from September 2009 to August 2015. In that position he coordinated US government support to international …

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Africa Group Justice Talks: Howard Varney

18-19 October 2016 Howard Varney speaks about the transitional justice in South Africa, reflecting on the rainbow nation, successes, failures and mistakes in the 1990s and today. Varney is a senior program adviser with the International Center for Transitional Justice, and a practicing advocate at the Johannesburg Bar. In the early 1990s he was an attorney with the Legal Resources …

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AGJA Symposium: States and judges, NGOs investigating atrocity crimes, Africa and the ICC

22-24 March 2016 The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) held the first of its bi-annual symposia events at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, from 22-24 March 2016. The event brought together experts on international criminal justice, human rights activists, academics and practitioners from the field of international law to discuss a range of issues around …

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AGJA Symposium: Terrorism, transnational crimes, the ICC and the role of states

22-24 March 2016 The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) held the first of its bi-annual symposia events at the University of Cape Town in South Africa, from 22-24 March 2016. The event brought together experts on international criminal justice, human rights activists, academics and practitioners from the field of international law to discuss a range of issues around …

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AGJA’s Navi Pillay: Africa should remain engaged with the ICC

22-24 March 2016 Africa Group for Justice and Accountability urges Africa to remain engaged with the International Criminal Court. The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability, an independent group of senior African experts on international criminal law and human rights, which was established in November 2015, has urged the African Union to remain engaged with the ICC. A member of …

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Changing the Narrative: A human rights perspective on international justice

6-11 July 2017 Human rights expert, Fatiha Serour, reflects on the Africa Group on Justice and Accountability’s(AGJA) two-day symposium in Dakar, Senegal, AGJA’s strategic and the Central African Republic meetings and turning human rights rhetoric into practice.

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CLOSING REMARKS: Africa Group for Justice and Accountability on conclusions and lessons learnt

22-24 March 2016 Moderator • Bettina Ambach Director, Wayamo Foundation, Berlin Panellists • Dapo Akande Professor of Public International Law, University of Oxford • Femi Falana Human rights activist and lawyer, Lagos • Richard Goldstone Former Chief Prosecutor of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia • Tiyanjana Maluwa H. Laddie Montague Chair in Law, …

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Alex Whiting (USA 🇺🇸 ) – Voices for International Justice

International Justice Day 2020 Alex Whiting Professor of Practice, Harvard Law School and Head of Investigations at the Kosovo Specialist Prosecutor’s Office in The Hague — The Wayamo Foundation and the Rule of Law Program for anglophone Sub-Saharan Africa of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung are proud to present Voices for International Justice, a video gallery featuring a global justice luminaries …