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Dr. Godfrey Musila holds a Ph.D in International Criminal Law and Justice (with a focus on the international criminal court) and a Masters degree in International Human Rights Law. He is Senior Lecturer at the University of Nairobi’s School of Law, where he teaches Constitutional Human Rights and International Criminal Law. He is also Adjunct Professor at Open University of Tanzania where he lectures on OUT’s LLM in International Criminal Law and Justice.

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Therese Niyondiko is a women human rights activist and an independent consultant, with more than 15 years of professional experiences both in international organisations and NGOs, working on project management and gender mainstreaming within development policies and programs. Until recently, she worked as a Senior Programme Officer at UNEP/Division of Environmental Policy Implementation. There, her responsibilities included coordinating the Poverty-Environment Initiative’s (PEI) donor relations, facilitating resource mobilization, and providing technical support to regional and country programs, with a special emphasis on gender mainstreaming and poverty reduction.

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Dr. Albaqir Muqtar is currently the Director of al-Khatim Adlan Centre for Enlightenment and Human Development (KACE). Until October 2006, he was a Senior Fellow with the US Institute of Peace (USIP) researching identity and conflict in Sudan. Prior to that, until September 2005,  Dr. Muqtar was the Regional Campaign Coordinator for the Middle East and North Africa in Amnesty International’s London office. He has taught linguistics and Middle Eastern studies.

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Agnes Ebo’o is the founder of the Citizens Governance Initiatives in Cameroon, a nonprofit association that promotes accountability and citizens' participation in governance by using international law (including the African system), constitutionalism and constitutional rights as well as national laws as the foundation of its work. A pioneer in the promotion of freedom of information and open government in Cameroon, she has been involved in the creation of several regional initiatives that promote open government and the rule of law in Africa.

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Dr. Yitiha Simbeye Zinazile is a Lecturer in Law with the Open University of Tanzania (OUT) in Dar es Salaam and a specialist in International Criminal Law. Also, she is the current coordinator of the Masters in Law in International Criminal Justice (LLM ICJ). Previously, she was Head of the International & Constitutional Law Department from 2008-2011. Prior to that, she served as Duty Counsel with the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) on the Bizimana Special Deposition Hearing (2011-2012) and Defence Legal Assistant on the Ngeze Appeal (2006).

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