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
Bakayoko Ibourahema

The following interview was conducted with Bakayoko Ibourahema, advocate general at the Court of Appeal in Abidjan in Ivory Coast, and participant of the ICL-TCL training held at the T.M.C. Asser Instituut in The Hague in March 2019. Mr Ibourahema elaborates on the challenges national magistrates face when confronted with issues of International Criminal and Transnational Criminal Law, and the principle of complementarity.

The ICL-TCL training course aims to strengthen domestic legal capacities in francophone African countries facing challenges in the administration of justice. The training course is co-organised by the Asser Institute, the International Nuremberg Principles Academy and the Antonio Cassese Initiative.