Conference: Africans and Hague Justice: Realities and Perceptions of the International Criminal Court in Africa
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On May 23-24, 2014, the Hague University of Applied Sciences will host a conference on “Africans and Hague Justice: Realities and Perceptions of the International Criminal Court in Africa.” The program is here. Here’s the idea:
In light of the simmering tensions between the Court and some African leaders, ongoing protests in African countries against the ICC and the frequently heard objection that the Court has an anti-Africa bias, it seems timely to explore the perceptions and realities of the ICC in Africa. With high-level contributions from various disciplines, including international law, international relations, political science, anthropology, history and media studies the conference aims to reach a better understanding of African sentiments and insights surrounding the Court.
Source: International Law Reporter