Wayamo strengthens the capacity of investigators, prosecutors and judges around the world, equipping them with the tools to investigate and prosecute international crimes in their domestic systems, advocating transparency and accountability, training journalists to report accurately and responsibly on justice issues, and finally breathing life into the principle of complementarity, ensuring that justice for international crimes is delivered nationally, closer …
Wayamo project: strengthening justice and accountability for international crimes in Nigeria
Since 2017, Wayamo has been organising capacity-building workshops for civilian and military investigators and prosecutors to address alleged atrocities committed by both Boko Haram and the Nigerian military, as articulated by the International Criminal Court.
Africa Group for Justice and Accountability: How we work
Africa Group for Justice and Accountability member and The Gambia’s Chief Justice Hassan Jallow takes us behind the scenes of the group’s strategic meeting in Arusha, Tanzania, explaining how the Africa Group works for justice in Africa.
The Crime of Aggression: From Nuremberg to Manhattan
From Nuremberg in 1945 through Tokyo, Rome, The Hague and Kampala, this film tracks the legal and moral debate more than seven decades in the making.
Fair trial standards in terrorism and international crime trials
Drawing on her own experiences, Kate Gibson, a lawyer specialising in International Criminal Law and International Human Rights Law who has practiced as defence counsel at numerous international courts, discusses the importance of upholding the right to defendants and fair trial standards in terrorism and international crime cases.
The future of international criminal justice in Africa
Fatou Bensouda, former Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, discusses the impact of the ICC’s jurisprudence on international criminal justice in Africa.
African Perspectives on the ICC: Mohamed Chande Othman II
Precarity or Prosperity: African perspectives on the future of the International Criminal Court
The ICC is at a crossroads. Galvanised by the experiences of African states and communities, the thirst for reform and change is palpable. The Wayamo Foundation and the Rule of Law Program for Sub-Saharan Africa of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung are proud to present a video gallery featuring a prestigious group of justice experts reflecting on what the future holds for the ICC in South Africa, the African continent, and beyond.
Justice Talks: 2019 Side Event – Assembly of States Parties (PART III)
On 3 December 2019, the Wayamo Foundation held its yearly side event at the Assembly of States Parties of the International Criminal Court.
East African heads of prosecutions and investigations speak on importance of cooperation
In July 2019, the Wayamo Foundation hosted the fifth in the series of network meetings of Directors of Public Prosecutions (DPPs), Directors of Criminal Investigations (DCIs) and Deputy Attorneys–General of Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan, Djibouti, Somalia and Ethiopia.
PANEL IV: Transnational Criminal Law in Africa
22-24 March 2016 Is Transnational Organised Crime becoming part of the remit of International Crime Units across Africa? This panel addressed the challenges in the collection, sharing and use of evidence in the prosecution of international and transnational crimes, the evolving nature of organised crime in Africa and its policy responses, and the difference between transnational crimes and core international …