Africa and the ICC: A Stakeholders Meeting on Unsettling and Emerging Issues

Africa Legal Aid (AFLA) will convene a Consultation with Stakeholders’ Meeting in The Hague, The Netherlands, on 12th July 2013 to reflect, and deliberate on emerging and undertreated issues arising from the ICC’s activities that are not openly addressed. These issues affect the image and perception of the ICC. They are the elephant in the room that could jeopardize the long-term progress and impact of the ICC. The Consultation with Stakeholders Meeting will flash out key issues, brainstorm, and make concrete recommendations on the way forward.

The Chatham House Rule will be applied. All stakeholders (the Office of the Prosecutor (OTP), Chambers, ICC Registry, Assembly of State Parties (ASP), Host State, Civil Society Groups, Legal Fraternities, Advocates and Legal practitioners, Opinion Leaders, and Media Groups) can pick from the recommendations to improve upon their efforts to progressively develop international criminal justice, and the work of the ICC.

The issues to be addressed include the Kampala Amendments on the Crime of Aggression; the Mathieu Ngudjolo Chui debacle; Witness protection and relocation; and the Cote d’Ivoire and Kenya situations. Please find below the Program and List of Participants.

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