Charles Jalloh Speaks at Utrecht Conference in The Hague
Assistant Professor Charles C. Jalloh participated in a two-day invitation only conference on the relationship between Africa and the International Criminal Court (ICC) convened by Utrecht University’s Netherland’s Institute of Human Rights and Rhodes University (South Africa). As part of this, he chaired a panel on the political dimension of the relationship between Africa and the ICC on October 30, 2012. The meeting was aimed at identifying and proposing constructive solutions to help resolve the current tension between the African Union (AU) and the permanent international penal tribunal. The AU’s practice is crucial to the ICC’s success because all its current work is from the Africa region.