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ISS Weekly Issue 215, 2016
2 June 2016
ISS Weekly
2 June 2016
 
Swiss banking
TALKING POINT
Swiss battle to return Africa's stolen loot
by Peter Fabricius

The doors of Swiss bank vaults are being prised open and having light shone into them.

But if it’s difficult to hide dirty money, it is even more difficult to trace, recover and return stolen assets.
Read more...

 
ISS Spotlight
 
Africa Day Lecture
Urging African leaders to listen to their citizens on international justice
Achieving accountability for grave crimes in Africa is possible when the views of citizens influence policy and practice.
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ISS Today
 
Habre
Habré guilty as charged
by Ottilia Anna Maunganidze
Almost three decades after Habré fled Chad, the Extraordinary African Chambers in Senegal found him guilty of atrocities committed during his presidency.
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Kampala attacks
Kampala bombings: justice at last?
by Ottilia Anna Maunganidze
Six years since the tragic terrorist attacks in Kampala, some justice is served. Is it enough?
Read more...
 
Drought
Climate change and conflict: how Mali can grow more resilient
by Jonathan Rozen and Gustavo de Carvalho
Addressing the relationship between drought and violence in Mali cannot rely on traditional crisis responses.
Read more...
 
G7
G7, BRICS and the G20
by Jakkie Cilliers
Despite competition for influence, markets and access, there seems to be new global consensus on growth and development.
Read more...
 
Events
 
Maritime Security
Profit vs protection: building Africa's blue economy
8 June 2016, Pretoria
On World Ocean's Day, this seminar will discuss how to balance economic needs with environmental obligations.
Register to attend...
 
South Africa
Superpower or neocolonialist? South Africa in Africa
9 June 2016, Pretoria
This seminar will debate whether South Africa is still a leader and influential player in Africa.
Register to attend...
 
Multimedia
 
Habre
View on Africa: D-day for Habré
The Hissène Habré verdict and what it means for justice in Africa.
Watch the briefing...
 
ISS Opportunity
 
ISS
ISS Pretoria: part-time gender specialist
The ISS is offering a unique opportunity to a gender specialist with sound knowledge and expertise on gender mainstreaming in a policy environment.
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