Category Archives: Strengthening International Criminal Law

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Malabo Protocol: what are the implications?

In June 2014, the African Union adopted the Malabo Protocol and called on AU member states to sign and ratify it. The Protocol extends the jurisdiction of the – yet to be established – African Court of Justice and Human Rights (ACJHR) to try crimes under international law and transnational crimes. What are the legal and institutional implications of this proposal?

Group photo of the members of the International Law Commission

ILC on Crimes Against Humanity

Amnesty International’s comments and suggestions in relation to the Special Rapporteur’s 3rd report on draft articles for a potential Convention on CAH.