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Mr. George Kegoro M.

Executive Director

International Commission of Jurists

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International Commission of Jurists

P.O. 91 Rue des Bains

Geneva, 1211

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Established in 1959, The Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ Kenya) is a non-governmental, non-partisan, not for profit making, membership organisation registered in Kenya. With a membership drawn from the Bar as well as the Ben ... more

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Executive Director
ICJ Kenya

Chairman
Kenya Leadership Institute

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Kenyans for Peace

Secretary
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Gavin MC Fadden

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The Law Society

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The ICJ Kenya Executive Director ...

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The ICJ Kenya Executive Director George Kegoro, the Former PS in the Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology Dr. Bitange Ndemo and the ICJ Kenya Chairman Mr Albert Kamunde consulting each other during the Uwazi tournament

The Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ Kenya) is carrying out a one week media campaign.
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George Kegoro


Mr George Kegoro, the ICJ ...

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Mr George Kegoro, the ICJ Kenya Executive Director together with other participants durith the 15th Edition of the Safaricom Lewa Marathon

Mr. George Kegoro, ICJ Kenya's Executive Director led the organization in marking the 15the Edition of the Safaricom Marathon at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy held on 28th June 2014.


News - The Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists

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George Kegoro , the Executive Director of the organization says, "The Organisation recognizes the contribution of MUHURI and HAKI Africa towards countering violent extremism aimed at improving security at the Coastal region.


International Criminal Court | ICRtoP Blog

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George Kegoro, Executive Director of the Kenya Section - International Commission of Jurists, explains this further: "The ICC is a 'court of last resort' - that is, its mandate is to prosecute only when domestic avenues have been exhausted, and where a State is unable or unwilling to prosecute those individuals responsible for the gravest of crimes."

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According to Kegoro, while the initial involvement of the Court in Côte d'Ivoire (and Libya as well) was both appropriate and justifiable - in that it had an immediate effect of publicly championing an end to impunity and the promotion of the rule of law - the true impact of the ICC is at a, "fledgling state".
"Assessing how the ICC intervention has affected the prevention of further atrocities and regional stability and the peace will require on-going monitoring and evaluation, both during ICC trial processes and after the decisions," Kegoro said. While he noted that prosecution of perpetrators of the most serious crimes can have a deterrent impact, "the societal implications of ICC interventions and decisions is something that will only be shaped and understood over time."
Kegoro concluded by adding that, "The long-term impact of the ICC, especially on African nations, is something that needs to be carefully assessed," particularly in the wake of the Court's involvement and the implementation of RtoP in Libya and Côte d'Ivoire.
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But, drawing on the specific example of Kenya, where the ICC opened an investigation on 31 March 2010 and is currently in the process of trying four individuals it has found responsible for the 2007-2008 post-election violence, Kegoro says that the country's experience points to the fact that the "most practicable time for ICC intervention is in post-conflict situations."
However, according to Kegoro, this was a result of the fact that Kenya had only exhibited its unwillingness to prosecute perpetrators of violence well after it had subsided; thus the ICC had little role to play during the crisis. Therefore, he states that, "there may be a set of circumstances in the future where direct ICC intervention during an armed conflict is appropriate, or even required."
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Jabati, Kegoro, Nkunda and Pace all touted the deterrent effect of the ICC on would-be violators of Rome Statute provisions, both in conflict and post-conflict settings.
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Statement made by George Kegoro, Executive Director of the Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists (Nairobi, Kenya)
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Special thanks to George Kegoro, Sulaiman Jabati, Dismas Nkunda, and William Pace.


Post-Conflict | ICRtoP Blog

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George Kegoro, Executive Director of the Kenya Section - International Commission of Jurists, explains this further: "The ICC is a 'court of last resort' - that is, its mandate is to prosecute only when domestic avenues have been exhausted, and where a State is unable or unwilling to prosecute those individuals responsible for the gravest of crimes."

...
According to Kegoro, while the initial involvement of the Court in Côte d'Ivoire (and Libya as well) was both appropriate and justifiable - in that it had an immediate effect of publicly championing an end to impunity and the promotion of the rule of law - the true impact of the ICC is at a, "fledgling state".
"Assessing how the ICC intervention has affected the prevention of further atrocities and regional stability and the peace will require on-going monitoring and evaluation, both during ICC trial processes and after the decisions," Kegoro said. While he noted that prosecution of perpetrators of the most serious crimes can have a deterrent impact, "the societal implications of ICC interventions and decisions is something that will only be shaped and understood over time."
Kegoro concluded by adding that, "The long-term impact of the ICC, especially on African nations, is something that needs to be carefully assessed," particularly in the wake of the Court's involvement and the implementation of RtoP in Libya and Côte d'Ivoire.
...
But, drawing on the specific example of Kenya, where the ICC opened an investigation on 31 March 2010 and is currently in the process of trying four individuals it has found responsible for the 2007-2008 post-election violence, Kegoro says that the country's experience points to the fact that the "most practicable time for ICC intervention is in post-conflict situations."
However, according to Kegoro, this was a result of the fact that Kenya had only exhibited its unwillingness to prosecute perpetrators of violence well after it had subsided; thus the ICC had little role to play during the crisis. Therefore, he states that, "there may be a set of circumstances in the future where direct ICC intervention during an armed conflict is appropriate, or even required."
...
Jabati, Kegoro, Nkunda and Pace all touted the deterrent effect of the ICC on would-be violators of Rome Statute provisions, both in conflict and post-conflict settings.
...
Statement made by George Kegoro, Executive Director of the Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists (Nairobi, Kenya)
...
Special thanks to George Kegoro, Sulaiman Jabati, Dismas Nkunda, and William Pace.

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