Why is the Darfur situation at the ICC?

My fifth long-form cartoon on the ICC trials has been published on Justicehub.org!!! The ICC is the International Criminal Court, an intergovernmental organization and international tribunal that sits in The Hague, in the Netherlands. Understanding what’s going on in the international justice field might be tough sometimes, especially for who’s not well-read on the topic. So, I thought itContinue reading “Why is the Darfur situation at the ICC?”

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A day at the new ICC headquarters

While at the ICC the trial against William Ruto and Joshua arap Sang was seeing its first session of the year, I took my time to walk around the new building the ICC moved in. Here are some insights on how it looks like! This drawings have been published on justicehub.org as well, together withContinue reading “A day at the new ICC headquarters”

Why is Kenya at the ICC?

My fourth long-form cartoon on the ICC trials has been published on Justicehub.org!!! The ICC is the International Criminal Court, an intergovernmental organization and international tribunal that sits in The Hague, in the Netherlands. Understanding what’s going on in the international justice field might be tough sometimes, especially for who’s not well-read on the topic. So, I thought itContinue reading “Why is Kenya at the ICC?”

WHY IS THE CAR AT THE ICC? My second long-form cartoon on the ICC trials has been published on Justicehub.org!!! The ICC is the International Criminal Court, an intergovernmental organization and international tribunal that sits in The Hague, in the Netherlands. Understanding what’s going on in the international justice field might be tough sometimes, especially for who’s not well-read onContinue reading

Why is the DRC at the ICC? My first long-form cartoon on the ICC trials has been published on Justicehub.org!!! The ICC is the International Criminal Court, an intergovernmental organization and international tribunal that sits in The Hague, in the Netherlands. Understanding what’s going on in the international justice field might be tough sometimes, especially for who’s notContinue reading