ABOUT THE GROUP

At the 2015 Annual Workshop
At the 2015 Annual Workshop

Dr Arne Wulff gives a copy of the group's 2014 publication to Justice Augustino S.L. Ramadhani

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Group Photo (2016)
Group Photo (2016)
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OTP meets the group in Nairobi 2012
OTP meets the group in Nairobi 2012

Fatou Bensouda of the OTP attends the group's annual meeting in 2012

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Group photo at the EACJ, 2015
Group photo at the EACJ, 2015

Group photo with the President of EACJ at the seat of the Court in Arusha, 2015

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Eugène Bakama & Evelyne Asaala
Eugène Bakama & Evelyne Asaala
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Group photo with ICC officials, 2012
Group photo with ICC officials, 2012

Group photo with senior ICC officials in Nairobi, 2012

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Annual Meeting (2016)
Annual Meeting (2016)
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Group Photo at the African Court
Group Photo at the African Court
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Annual Meeting (2016)
Annual Meeting (2016)
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African Group of Experts on International Criminal Justice

About the group 
The group was formed in 2010 under the auspices of the Multinational Development Policy Dialogue of the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS) based in Brussels, Belgium. In 2012, the group’s activities were transferred to the Rule of Law Programme for Sub-Saharan Africa based in Nairobi, Kenya. The group meets annually to discuss matters related to international criminal justice on the African continent.
The members of the group are drawn from various parts of Sub-Saharan Africa and consist of academics and legal practitioners holding expertise in the field of international criminal law.


Mission statement:
The group’s primary focus is to produce a regular edited publication to serve as an annual compendium of international criminal justice on the African continent. The publication is created by Africans for a global readership and aims to provide contemporaneous, diverse and critical perspectives from within Africa regarding important developments and issues relating to the prosecution of international and transnational crimes on the continent. The publication aims to reflect the character of the modern, complementarity-centred international criminal justice system in that its focus falls not only on supranational (continental and regional) developments but also on developments at state level within Sub-Saharan Africa. Furthermore, the publication aims to reflect both legal and extra-legal developments in order to provide a holistic understanding of the project of international criminal justice as it affects Africa and Africans as well as the challenges facing this project.

 

 

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung: 

Rule of Law Program for Sub-Saharan Africa 

1 Thigiri Hilltop, Off Thigiri Ridge Road

P.O.Box 66471 
Nairobi 00800 /Kenya 
Phone +254 020 2610021/ 22 
Fax +254 020 2610023 
E-mail: info.nairobi@kas.de 
http://www.kas.de/rspssa/en/ 
Facebook: KAS Rule of Law Program for Sub-Saharan Africa