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Beyond the ICC: The Role of Domestic Courts in Prosecuting International Crimes Committed in Africa

30th April 2010

Friday 30 April 2010

17:30 to 19:00

Location:
Chatham House, London
Participants:
Ben Kioko, Chief Legal Adviser, African Union
Reed Brody, European Press Director, Human Rights Watch

The purpose of this event is to explore the contribution of domestic courts in delivering justice for international crimes committed on the African continent; balance the existing focus on the International Criminal Court in debates about accountability for international crimes in Africa; and launch a new Chatham House briefing paper entitled Universal Jurisdiction: Africa's Hope by Dr Louise Arimatsu.

To RSVP please email internationallaw@chathamhouse.org.uk stating your name and professional affiliation.

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