We are happy to announce that the group's latest publication can be downloaded for free on our 'Publications' page.
Here is a short blurb about the book:
"International Criminal Justice in Africa contains a collection of papers by members of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung's African Group of Experts on International Criminal Justice. 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. As such, the book offers a uniquely African perspective on the issues, challenges and prospects facing the project of international criminal law in Africa and is essential reading for students and scholars interested in the subject.This fourth edition of the book covers a broad range of subjects relevant to the prosecution of international and transnational crime in Africa. Traditional international criminal law themes such as universal jurisdiction, complementarity, and immunity are analysed with reference to contemporary African cases and situations. The book also engages with contemporary debates affecting and shaping the application of international criminal law in Africa such as the relationship between the African Union and the International Criminal Court and the proposed criminal jurisdiction of the African Court of Justice and Human and Peoples’ Rights.This latest edition of the book now also includes an annual report highlighting the most significant developments in international criminal justice on the continent in the preceding year."
Note: previous publications are also available for download on the same page.