Modern Law Review Seminar: ‘The Crisis of International Criminal Law in Africa’ on 7 November 2017, Johannesburg and Leicester

Modern Law Review Seminar Series: ‘The Crisis of International Criminal Law in Africa’

Organised by Dr Eki Y. Omorogbe, Leicester and Professor Hennie Strydom, Johannesburg

Venues: Haldane Room, Fielding Johnson Building, University of Leicester, UK;  Faculty of Law, University of Johannesburg, South Africa (venues linked via Skype)

Date: 8.45am-5pm on Tuesday 7 November 2017 (All times are in GMT)

Chair: Professor Bill Bowring, Birkbeck College, University of London

Confirmed speakers:

Judge Morrison, International Criminal Court (ICC)

Sarah Swart, International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Dr Eki Y. Omorogbe, University of Leicester

Dr. Beitel van Der Merwe, SOAS, London

Dr. John-Mark Iyi, University of Fort Hare

Dr. Addirdeiry Ahmed, University of Khartoum

Prof. Hennie Strydom, University of Johannesburg

Dr. Konstantin Magliveras, University of the Aegean

Dr. Yassin Brunger, Queen’s University Belfast

Dr. Sherif Elgebeily, Centre for the Study of International Peace and Security

Dr. Adam Branch, University of Cambridge

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