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In global justice news this week: the ICC decides to not investigate allegations of crimes against humanity in Honduras; the UN (ACT) group launches its Code of Conduct; and news on India, Syria, Yemen and much more.
In the wake of Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir’s visit to South Africa, government officials, media and academics weighed in on what the episode means for the future of the ICC. Civil society roundly condemned South Africa for failing to arrest … Continue reading
A South African court’s consideration of a civil society request for the arrest of Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir has demonstrated that it is no longer business as usual for fugitives from international justice.
Victims of the ongoing conflict in Sudan’s Southern Kordofan State, which has affected over 2 million since 2011, say the international community has abandoned them in a new report.
In a welcome rebuke to fugitives from international justice, Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir cancelled a visit to Indonesia this week, reportedly after several countries denied him access to their airspace.