PHD CANDIDATES & TOPICS
Finished PhD Projects:
Daniel Leslie (Nigeria): "The Legal Regime for Anti-Cyberlaundering" (2013)
Juliet Okoth (Kenya): "The Crime of Conspiracy in International Criminal Law" (2012)
Current PhD Projects:
Brenda Akia (Uganda): "Criminal Responsibility of Leaders for Sex Crimes under International Law" (working title).
Selemani Kinyunyu (Tanzania): "Treaty-based Monitoring of Corruption: An International Comparative Assessment in view of the Emerging African Anti-corruption System"
Sosteness Materu (Tanzania): "Prosecution of International Crimes in Relation to Post-Election Violence in Kenya"
Bruno Matumbi (Malawi): "The Symbiosis of International Criminal Prosecution and National Initiatives of Local Justice as Post-Conflict Justice Mechanisms: Reassessing a Possible Middle Ground"
Robert Mugagga (Uganda): "Investigating the efficacy of using transitional justice mechanisms to redress gross violations of human rights in a post conflict Uganda" (working title)
Michael Mukwana (Uganda): "Self-Referrals to the International Criminal Court (Art. 14 of the Statute of the International Criminal Court): Legal Analysis, Case Studies and Critical Evalutation"
Windell Nortje (South Africa): "The Accountability of Child Soldiers for Crimes under International Criminal Law"
Jean Phillipo (Malawi): "The Forfeiture Regime in Malawi and its Implications for the Combating of Money Laundering"
Marshet Tessema (Ethiopia): "The Red Terror Trial in Ethiopia"
Charity Wibabara (Rwanda): "Gacaca Courts versus International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) and National Courts: Lessons to Learn from the Rwandan Justice Approaches to Genocide"