The International Criminal Court Colloquium: Challenges and Opportunities for African State and Civil Society Engagement in the ICC Review Process


The Center for International Law and Policy in Africa (CILPA), with the co-sponsorship of the American Society of International Law (ASIL) and the International Nuremberg Principles Academy (INPA), have organized a roundtable discussion exploring the International Criminal Court’s ongoing review and reform process. This event was the fourth part of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Colloquium Series and was held via Zoom.

The opening statements were given by Mark D. Agrast, Executive Director, American Society of International Law, Klaus Rackwitz, Director, International Nuremberg Principles Academy. Moderated by Charles C. Jalloh, Founder, CILPA and Professor, Florida International University the following experts discussed various perspectives on the ICC reform process: Dapo Akande, Professor, University of Oxford, Yassin M. Brunger, Lecturer, Queens University Belfast, Michael I. Kanu, Deputy Permanent Representative for Legal Affairs, Sierra Leone Permanent Mission to the UN and State Co-Facilitator of ICC Review Process, and Sharon Nakandha, Program Officer, Africa Regional Office, Open Society Foundations.

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