What were the big justice events of 2023 and what are the challenges of 2024? Practicioners, journalists, and academics all tell us what’s happened and what’s ahead.
A rare case of corporate responsibility for war crimes in Sudan, prosecuted in Sweden against Lundin oil executives.
The potential visit by Russian president Putin to South Africa is reviving the debates about ICC member states arrest obligations, and ambivalent attitudes across Africa to the invasion of Ukraine.
Rebecca Hamilton and Tajedin Abdalla Adam come on the podcast to explain what is going on in Sudan and Darfur and how the International Criminal Court might come into play
Emma DiNapoli discusses the start of first Darfur trial at the ICC.
It’s six months into ICC’s new prosecutor Karim Khan’s tenure. How’s his pragmatic approach going?
We talk to Pax for Peace’s Egbert Wesslink about the Lundin Sudan war crimes case being brought in Sweden
We discuss the first ever Darfur trial at the ICC, with the confirmation of hearing of Ali Muhammad Ali Abd-al-Rahman for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Janet and Stephanie talk through quotes of the interview Stephanie had with outgoing ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda
Janet and Stephanie catch up with Amal Nassar of FIDH to talk about the long wait for ICC Darfur cases after one of the fugitives hands himself in to the court
This week it appeared that ousted Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir might be transferred to The Hague to face charges of crimes against humanity and genocide for his army’s crackdown in Darfur.
Janet and Stephanie talk through the latest developments.