UWC proudly launches African Centre for Transnational Criminal Justice (ACTCJ)

One of the University of the Western Cape’s newest research centres, the African Centre for Transnational Criminal Justice (ACTCJ), celebrated its launch on Wednesday 17 February 2021, with an introductory event led by Prof John-Mark Iyi, Acting Director of ACTCJ.

Reflections on transitional justice in Africa during Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has exerted enormous human and socio-economic costs on countries around the world. Countries responded to the pandemic with a range of crisis and disaster management measures varying in their degree of severity.

The ICC’s Arrest Warrant issued against President Vladimir Putin: Disentangling South Africa’s Domestic and International Legal Obligations

Come August 2023, for the second time in a decade, South Africa will likely be facing the difficult question of whether or not to arrest a visiting foreign head of state.

The Historical Evolution of International Criminal Justice

Date: 31 March2023

Time: 12h00-14:00SAST

Venue: UWC Kader Asmal Moot Court

The Prosecutor Dominic Ongwen case before the International Criminal Court: A TWAIL-er’s perspective

Seminar Presentation

Regime Collision, Normative Hierarchies and the Legal Limits of African Union Intervention in Transitional Justice Societies: Burundi in context

Seminar Presentation

Africa, International Criminal Justice and Accountability for Colonial Crimes

The African Centre for Transnational Criminal Justice (ACTCJ) will be hosting a webinar title ‘Africa, International Criminal Justice and Accountability for Colonial Crimes’.