El próximo jueves 22 de septiembre, a las 19:00 horas en la sede del Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Barcelona en la calle Mallorca, se celebra la Mesa Redonda JUSTICIA TRANSICIONAL ACUERDOS DE PAZ EN COLOMBIA, hacia la construcción de una paz estable y duradera, Erika Torregrossa, miembro del BPI-ICB CAPI, organiza y participa en dicha Mesa Redonda, aportando su experiencia en justicia penal internacional.
Entre otros, la Mesa Redonda contará con la presencia del ex comandante de las FARC y ahora activista por la paz, el Sr. Arteta.
La asistencia es gratuita, por lo que os animamos a asistir.
For the first time on our website, an article published by "The Global Legal Post" which shows us a very interesting project for all who are dedicated to criminal law.
This is a very useful tool especially for students and teachers of criminal law in order to gain experience and understand procedures thanks to new technologies.
Then we transcribe the complete article.
21 African civil society groups and international organizations with a presence in Africa released a short but compelling activist video today entitled “AU: Activists Challenge Attacks on ICC.” The project features African activists from many of our CICC member organizations as well as from CICC (Stephen Lamony, Senior Advisor on AU, UN and Africa Situations, and Clément Capo-Chichi, Africa Regional Coordinator) clearing misconceptions about the ICC vis-à-vis Africa, and making the case for African states to engage positively with the ICC.
On 11 July 2016, Pre-Trial Chamber II of the International Criminal Court (ICC) decided that the Republics of Uganda and Djibouti had failed to comply with the request for arrest and surrender of Omar Al Bashir to the ICC and referred the matter to the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute and the United Nations Security Council. It is now up to them to take the measures they deem necessary regarding this matter.
Again, hatred has caused deaths. Again, a single individual is able to show the vulnerability of our entire society.
A terrorist act, an act of brutality, of a sick person who thought and believed that fighting a disease, according to the words of the progenitor of the murderer of more than 50 people during the early hours of Saturday, her son was upset after seeing two people kissing.
The terrorist group DAESCH has been quick to claim the attack, proud to have truncated the lives of many people. Infidels all, all sinners.
Not much more information about what happened, it seems that once again, a few have violated the rules, the rules have skipped.
From the BPI-ICB, we want to show our condolences to all the relatives and friends of the victims and offer our help as much as possible.
Human rights and justice are our weapons and our reason for being, and with each blow to these two basic principles of humanity, we become stronger and more aware that we must continue working.