Seminar

Seminar on the International Criminal Court

The Relevance of the International Criminal Court to South Africa

The Politics of International Criminal Justice, the work of the International Criminal Court and its relevance to South Africa will be discussed during this seminar.

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A SEMINAR ON THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT

Saturday, 4 March 2006 9:00 for 9: 30 - 14:00

Chalsty Centre, Wits Law School

Speakers:

Justice Richard Goldstone:The Politics of International Criminal Justice

Judge Navanethem Pillay:The Work of the ICC

Prof. Max du Plessis: Complementarity

Adv. Anton Katz:The Assistance of South Africa to be given to the ICC and other International Tribunals

Adv. Wim Trengove:The Wouter Basson Prosecution

Cécile Aptel Williamson:Enhancing State Parties’ Support for the ICC

A Tribute of Power to Reason

THE RELEVANCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT TO SOUTH AFRICA

RSVP by 20 February to:

Mia Swart: swartm@law.wits.ac.za

Wits Law School

Bram Fischer Human Rights Programme

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Venue

Wits Law School, Johannesburg

Speakers

  • Judge Richard Goldstone
    • Judge Navanethem Pillay
      • Prof. Max du Plessis
        • Adv. Anton Katz
          • Adv. Wim Trengove
            • Cecile AQptel Williamson
              Contact

              Birte Leinius

              Seminar on the International Criminal Court