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altCOURT MULLING PROSPECT OF REPLICATING LEGAL WORK FLOW INFRASTUCRURE OF THE SPECIAL TRIBUNAL FOR LEBANON

West Africa’s regional court is mulling the prospect of replicating the ‘unique’ judicial service architecture of the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) in order to provide judges, registry staff and parties with real time access to court processes and facilitate the improved management of cases.

This followed the demonstration of the system on Thursday, 10th May 2018 to a delegation of the Community Court of Justice on a working visit to the International Tribunals in The Hague led by its President, Honorable Justice Jerome Traore.

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alt INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT OFFERS CAPACITY BUILDING SUPPORT TO ECOWAS COURT

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has offered capacity building support to the ECOWAS Court to enhance its effectiveness in the discharge of its mandate, particularly in the area of the protection of human rights, in order to develop complementarity with the ICC in addressing the challenge of impunity and other issues specific to their mandates.

This was one of the outcomes of a working visit of a delegation the ECOWAS Court, led by its President, Honorable Justice Jerome Traore, to the Hague-based ICC on Wednesday, 9th May 2018 during which they met with Judge Robert Fremr, the First Vice President of the Court, Mr. Amady Ba of the Prosecutor’s Office as well as staff of the Registry led by the Registrar, Mr. Peter Lewis.

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altECOWAS COURT'S PRESIDENT ATTENDS UNESCO SEMINAR ON FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION


 The President of the ECOWAS Court of Justice Hon. Justice Jerome Traore attended on the 2nd  and 3rd May 2018 a UNESCO seminar on  ``Ensuring the rule of law and fighting impunity: What role for the judiciary in enhancing freedom of expression in Africa?’’.

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alt COURT PRESIDENT JOINS UNESCO PANEL TO DISCUSS ROLE OF THE JUDICIARY IN ENHANCING PRESS FREEDOM

The President of the ECOWAS Court of Justice, Hon. Justice Jerome Traore will be among the discussants at a UNESCO organised seminar on the role of the judiciary in enhancing freedom of expression to be held in Accra on Thursday, 3rd May 2018 to mark the 2018 World Press Freedom Day.


The session which is on the theme: `` Ensuring the rule of law and fighting impunity: What role for the judiciary in enhancing freedom of expression in Africa?’’ will be moderated by Sylvie Coudray, UNESCO’s Chief of Section Freedom of Expression.

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