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.
International Justice in Motion – Perspectives from Tanzania and Beyond
Mohamed Chande Othman, former Chief Justice of Tanzania, discusses the legacy and impact of the ICTR in terms of what this means for the application of international criminal law 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.
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.
African Perspectives on the ICC: Mohamed Chande Othman I
Mohamed Chande Othman on African states, the African Union and the ICC, and whether he sees more hope, or reasons to worry about the relationship between African states and the ICC today.
Justice pénale internationale en Afrique de l’Ouest
Roland Adjovi, Conseiller en droit international pour le Programme mondial de lutte contre la criminalité maritime en Afrique d’Ouest à l’UNODC, analyse les interactions entre les mécanismes judiciaires nationaux, régionaux et internationaux. Il revient également sur les différents instruments juridiques tels que le Protocole de Malabo, la Cour Africaine des Droits de l’Homme et des Peuples, la Cour pénale internationale et les tribunaux hybrides. Roland Adjovi, International Law Advisor for the Global Maritime Crime Programme in West Africa at UNODC, analyses the interplay between national, regional and international judicial mechanisms and their application in West Africa.
African Perspectives on the ICC: Mohamed Chande Othman III
African states, the AU and the ICC Let’s try and imagine a utopian system of international justice on the African continent. What would it look like? What practical steps can we take to get there? Watch all the interviews at https://africanperspectives.wayamo.com The Wayamo Foundation and the Rule of Law Programme for Sub-Saharan Africa of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung are proud …
Justice Talks: Adewale Iyanda
In this wide-ranging interview, Adewale Iyanda from the African Union Commission’s Office of the Legal Counsel explores the landscape of justice and accountability for mass atrocities in Africa. Iyanda discusses the relationship between the International Criminal Court and the African Union and African states, the trial and conviction of Hissène Habré at the Extraordinary African Chambers, the development and potential …
Role of the judiciary in addressing transnational organized crime
6-8 August 2017 Interview with Aimée Comrie, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer, GLO.ACT, Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling Section, United Nations Office on Drugs & Crime, Vienna, Austria
Relationship between domestic, regional and international courts in combatting serious crimes
6-8 August 2017 Interview with Justice Emmanuel Ugirashebuja, President, East African Court of Justice on combatting serious crimes
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