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Justice and Reconciliation Project (JRP), one of TrustAfrica’s grantees, has organized a successful Regional Dialogue meeting to discuss challenges that survivors of conflict are facing. The meeting took place on 31 October 2018 in Gulu Town, Uganda. Victims, policy makers, activists and local leaders from across the Northern part of Uganda attended the event. Please read an article by Sophia Neiman
Ladies and Gentlemen.
Welcome and thank you for being here. It is indeed heart-warming to see your strong interest in Transitional and International Criminal Justice issues which are at the very heart of our national discourse.
I would also like to appreciate TrustAfrica for organizing this important training. This is further evidence of the potential impact that could be generated by cooperation between States and Civil Society Organisations. I would most importantly like to thank, H.E Ambassador Theo Peter, for being present today and the Kingdom of the Netherlands for supporting this great initiative.
Today marks the beginning of a 5-day training on Transitional and International Criminal Justice for Journalists. Journalism has very often been referred to as the ‘Fourth Estate”, a recognition of the crucial role the media plays in a democratic society. The media throughout modern history has played a crucial role in upholding free speech and protecting democratic practices.
L’Observatoire Ivoirien des Droits de l’Homme (OIDH) ouvre une causerie-débat sur l’affaire le Procureur c. Laurent Gbagbo et Charles Blé Goudé le 11 octobre 2018 à Abidjan.
Les 1 et 2 octobre ont marqué la reprise du procès le Procureur c. Laurent Gbagbo et Charles Blé Goudé à la Cour Pénale Internationale (CPI). Suspendue à la demande des avocats des accusés, l’audience reprend le 12 novembre2018.