Tag Archives: Africa

Lubanga for early release? Views from Ituri

In this guest post from the International Justice Monitor, Olivia Bueno of the International Refugee Rights Initiative (IRRI), in consultation with Congolese activists, reports on the possibility of Thomas Lubanga’s early release. He has served two-thirds of his sentence for child soldier … Continue reading

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Countering the anti-ICC agenda in Africa

In this guest post from Humanity United, Sulemana Braimah, executive director of Media Foundation for West Africa, discusses the difficult but important relationship between the ICC and African states, and provides suggestions for the way forward.

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Between hope and skepticism: Congolese await the trial of Ntaganda

In this guest post from the International Justice Monitor, Olivia Bueno of the International Refugee Rights Initiative (IRRI), in consultation with Congolese activists, reports on the importance of the highly anticipated Bosco Ntaganda trial.

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Africa and the ICC: Moving the narrative forward

In this guest post from Humanity United, Senior Fellow Akwasi Aidoo discusses the difficult but important relationship between the ICC and African states, and what can be done to improve it.

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#GlobalJusticeWeekly – Nigeria accused of war crimes | DRC votes for ICC law

Nigeria’s military was this week accused by civil society of committing war crimes in the course of its battle with Boko Haram.

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