American University’s Council for Africa Studies and the ABA’s ICC Project hosted a panel on recent ICC cases against top Kenyan government officials.
Washington, D.C., Feb. 25, 2014 – American University’s Council for Africa Studies, in conjunction with the American Bar Association’s (ABA) International Criminal Court (ICC) Project, will host a panel debate today on Africa and the ICC with special focus on recent ICC cases against senior Kenyan government officials. The participants of the debate will include Professor David Bosco of American University and author of “Rough Justice”; Mr. Stephen Lamony, senior advisor to the Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC); and Ms. Regina Njogu, private Kenyan attorney with experience in human rights issues. The debate will be moderated by former president of the ABA and chair of the ABA’s ICC Project Board of Advisors, Michael S. Greco.
To view the event recap, click here.
The American Bar Association’s (ABA) International Criminal Court (ICC) Project is an independent initiative of the ABA Center for Human Rights that advances international criminal justice and US-ICC relations through advocacy, education and practical legal assistance. More information about the ABA’s ICC Project can be found at its website.