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Scepticism about the ICC

Category: Publications

10 Nov 2016

Blog Post

Scepticism about the ICC should come as no surprise

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On 21 October 2016, South Africa’s Minister of Justice and Correctional Services, Michael Masutha announced the intention of the government to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC).

South Africa’s announcement to withdraw from the ICC was accompanied by similar announcements by Burundi and possibly Kenya to either leave or consider leaving the Assembly of State Parties, which comprises the members of the Rome Statute of the ICC. The Gambia also made clear it was intending to leave the ICC, which was all the more embarrassing as it is the country of nationality of the current ICC prosecutor.

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Hague Talks in french

Category: Events

14 Nov 2014

On 20 November 2014, there will be a mini, french-language version of HagueTalks: Dialogue with Francophone journalists from Africa

Interested in Africa?

Want to discuss peace and justice issues with journalists living in Mali, Senegal, DRC, Ivory coast, Burundi and CAR?

Join us for an intimate dialogue: ‘Reporting peace and justice in a globalizing world’

Thursday, 20 november 2014 @ 14.00 hrs
Humanity house, Prinsegracht 8, The Hague
Admission is free.

For registrations write a message to: team@haguetalks.com

Note: the dialogues will be in French. As seats are very limited we will admit on ‘first come first serve’.

Seminars at the ASC

Category: Events

8 Oct 2013

Invitation – Upcoming ASC seminars

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Africa Studies Centre

The Africa Studies Centre (ASC) in Leiden regularly organises seminars on a wide variety of topics relevant to Africa. For more details and registration, see their website.

Following are events planned for October, November and December.

Location: Pieter de la Court building, Faculty of Social Sciences, Wassenaarseweg 52, Leiden, a 10-minute walk from Leiden CS

You are all very welcome!

Click on >> More for additional information.

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ZAM Chronicle

Category: Publications

26 Jun 2013
The ZAM Chronicle

Tuesday – 25th June 2013

The ZAM Chronicle

http://www.zammagazine.com/

Generation of Change

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International Institute of Social Studies

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