GD Partner Alexandre Prezanti delivers training on documenting SGBV crimes in Rome

GD Partner Alexandre Prezanti delivers training on documenting SGBV crimes in Rome - Nov 10 2017

Global Diligence LLP partner Alexandre Prezanti delivered a training on documenting conflict-related sexual and gender based violence (SGBV) to European civil society organisations in Rome. The training was organised by the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) in response to reports of a large number of SGBV crimes in Libyan migrant camps. The training was […]

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GD Partner Alexandre Prezanti authors new human rights investigations and litigation manual for francophone Africa

GD Partner Alexandre Prezanti authors new human rights investigations and litigation manual for francophone Africa - Dec 13 2016

GD Partner Alexandre Prezanti has authored a human rights investigations and litigation manual focused on francophone Africa. The manual, entitled ‘Guide Pratique: Documenter les graves violations des droits humains et accompagner les victims dans leur quête de justice’ (Documenting serious human rights violations and supporting victims in their quest for justice: A Practical Guide), was […]

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Global Diligence’s ICC Cambodia case – front page of the New York Times

Global Diligence’s ICC Cambodia case – front page of the New York Times - Nov 22 2016

Thierry Cruvellier’s op-ed for the New York Times – “The ICC, Out of Africa” – made it to the front page of the print edition (no easy task on the day before the US election). The article details the International Criminal Court’s (ICC) struggle to gain legitimacy and to build trust, particularly amongst some Africa […]

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GD Partner engaged by President of Burundian opposition political party to challenge OFAC sanctions

GD Partner engaged by President of Burundian opposition political party to challenge OFAC sanctions - May 20 2016

Mr Alexis Sinduhije, President of Burundi’s Movement for Solidarity and Democracy party (MSD), has engaged Richard J Rogers to apply to be delisted from the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) and Blocked Persons List. By way of background, prior to his involvement in Burundian politics, Mr Sinduhije was an accomplished […]

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U.S. / Africa Leaders Summit: challenges for investment, development and the rule of law

U.S. / Africa Leaders Summit: challenges for investment, development and the rule of law - Aug 11 2014

An historic meeting was held last week in Washington D.C., the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit. The purpose of the three-day event was to showcase U.S. commitment to investment in Africa. President Obama spoke of companies’ “exciting new partnerships and initiatives…that will create more economic opportunities for both Africans and Americans.” Meanwhile, activists were holding a parallel […]

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