The Future of International Criminal Law In Africa

Fall, 2013Download Poster PDF

Among the biggest challenges the International Criminal Court (ICC) faces today is how to maintain a delicate balance between ending impunity and negotiating transitions to peace. This one-day workshop explored the
complexities of International law in Africa as it relates to the ICC, African Union (AU) and UN Security Council’s inter-related and divergent relationships. It also explored issues concerning the future of peace and justice in Africa.
SEPTEMBER 20, 2013
PENN LAW 110 S. 34th STREET
SILVERMAN 147
9:00 AM – 5:45 PM

Mahmood Mamdani • Jaya Ramji-Nogales • Henry Richardson • Matiangai Sirleaf • Kamari Clarke • Dire Tladi • Ademola Abass • Charles Jalloh • Tendayi Achiume • Sarah-Jane Koulen • Sara Kendall • Ronald Jennings • Benson Olugbuo • Adam Branch

SPONSORED BY:
The Center for Africana Studies, The Africa Center, Department of Anthropology, and the ICC and Africa Project/National Science Foundation