17 Jul 2018 International Criminal Justice Staff Writer
SALC Commemorates 20 years of the Rome Statute...

Today, July 17, 2018, also known as the Day of International Criminal Justice, marks the 20th Anniversary of the adoption of the Rome Statute, the founding treaty for the International Criminal Court (ICC). The Rome Statute established the Court as…

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28 Feb 2018 International Criminal Justice Staff Writer
Protection Frameworks for Refugees and Migrants in Southern Africa...

States guarantee basic human rights and ensure physical security for their citizens. However, when people become refugees these protections disappear. Refugees fleeing war or persecution become incredibly vulnerable. They lose the protection of their own state and often it is…

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23 Feb 2018 International Criminal Justice Staff Writer
NEWS RELEASE: THE STATE v HENRY EMOMOTIMI OKAH...

Summary: Does the Protection of Constitutional Democracy against Terrorist and Related Activities Act give South African courts jurisdiction to try terrorist acts committed abroad, besides financing terrorism? On 23rd February the Constitutional Court handed down a unanimous judgment in the…

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23 Feb 2018 International Criminal Justice Staff Writer
THE STATE vs HENRY EMOMITIMI OKAH...

On 23rd February the Constitutional Court handed down a unanimous judgment in the consolidated applications in the case of State v Okah. The Judgment followed a hearing which took place on 28 November 2017 in which the Constitutional Court heard arguments on…

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