Africans and Hague Justice: Realities and Perceptions of the International Criminal Court in Africa
The international conference “Africans and Hague Justice: Realities and Perceptions of the International Criminal Court in Africa” will be held at the Hague University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands) from 23-24 May 2014.
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.
The organisers are therefore very pleased to be able to offer a range of high-level contributions from a variety of disciplines - including international law, international relations, political science, anthropology, history and media studies - to explore African realities and perceptions of the Court and reach a better understanding of them.
We are proud to welcome Professor Kamari M. Clarke (
Yale University), Professor Charles C. Jalloh
(Florida International University), Professor Makau W. Mutua (
SUNY Buffalo Law School
) and Mr. Phakiso Mochochoko (
ICC) as keynote speakers at the conference.
The organised sessions constitute an essential part in realising the ambition of the conference, which is to highlight the importance of a multi-disciplinary approach in analysing ICC-Africa relations. Addressing a variety of topics and themes, speakers will engage participants in discussions that go beyond the legal frame in which ICC-Africa relations are generally captured. The titles of the session hope to give you a first impression of the broad scope of the conference.
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About The Hague University of Applied Sciences
The Hague University of Applied Sciences gives students the opportunity to become qualified, independent professionals through the provision of high-quality, innovative higher education: professionals who are trained to combine theory and practice. How? By challenging and stimulating students, by rousing their curiosity and by inciting them to think.