International Criminal and Transnational Criminal Law (ICL-TCL) Training

Training ‘Strengthening Domestic Capacity to Prosecute and Adjudicate International and Transnational Crimes in Africa’

18 March 2019
Benjamin Charlier

In this interview Benjamin Charlier, legal adviser to the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva, touches on the challenges of prosecuting war crimes. Mr Charlier was a trainer during the ICL-TCL training (March 2019), a training for prosecutors and judges from francophone African countries on issues concerning the prosecution of international and transnational crimes. The training course aims to strengthen domestic legal capacities to improve the overall delivery of the international justice system,

The training course is co-organised by the Asser Institute, the International Nuremberg Principles Academy and the Antonio Cassese Initiative.