Africa and the ICC: Lessons Learned and Synergies Ahead Conference Program
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Africa Legal Aid (AFLA) in cooperation with the Commonwealth Secretariat and International Legal Assistance Consortium (ILAC) has convened a high level conference to engage stakeholders, including African State Parties to the ICC and human rights and justice sectors in Africa in Dialogue on the evolving regime of international criminal justice and the work of the ICC. The conference was held on 21-22 October, to coincide with Africa Day of Human Rights on 21 October. Gaborone, Botswana was chosen as the venue for this conference because of Botswana's principled stance on international criminal justice and its support for the work of the ICC.
Please stay tuned for the upcoming detailed Report of this Conference.
List of Participants and Conference Program (179 kb)