Category Archives: Al-Bashir

#GlobalJustice Weekly – Justice in South Africa | Seselj acquitted

In Global Justice news this week: An opportunity for South Africa to support for justice and accountability following ruling on al-Bashir, Serb nationalist Vojislav Seselj acquitted, new allegations of sexual abuse by peacekeepers appear in CAR, alarms raised in South … Continue reading

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South Africa’s shapeshifting position on international justice

In this post from Journalists for Justice, Ottilia Anna Maunganidze discusses South Africa’s wavering position on international criminal justice.

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – A win for justice in South Africa | Bemba verdict due Monday

In Global Justice news this week: South African court rules that ICC fugitive Omar al-Bashir should have been arrested, verdict due in the ICC trial of former Congolese militia leader Jean-Pierre Bemba, calls for accountability in Syria, South Sudan and much more.

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#GlobalJustice Weekly – Deafening silence over al-Bashir in Indonesia

In Global Justice news this week: ICC fugitive Omar al-Bashir continues to travel the globe with ICC member states doing little to arrest the Sudanese president, civil society calls for an end to sexual and gender based crimes, the ICC … Continue reading

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States: Arrest ICC fugitive al-Bashir in Indonesia

International Criminal Court (ICC) member states should arrest and avoid all non-essential contact with ICC fugitive Omar al-Bashir at a summit of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on 6-7 March 2016.

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