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Article 4(h) @ 10:
Ending Mass Atrocities in Africa?

Senate Hall, Conference Centre, University of Pretoria
6-7 December 2012 

Key Note Address:

  • Justice Richard Goldstone
    Former chief prosecutor of the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda, South Africa


Session Chairs:

  • Professor Sandy Africa
    Director, Institute for Strategic and Political Affairs, Department of Political Sciences, University of Pretoria.
  • Dr Jakkie Cilliers
    Executive Director of the Institute for Security Studies; Extraordinary Professor, Department of Political Sciences; and Extraordinary Professor, Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria
  • Professor Christof Heyns
    Professor of Human Rights Law, Co-director of the Institute for International and Comparative Law in Africa, University of Pretoria and United Nations Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions
  • Dr Magnus Killander
    Head of Research, Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria
  • Professor Erika de Wet
    Co-Director of the Institute for International and Comparative Law Africa and Professor of International Law, University of Pretoria


  • Professor Ademola Abass
    Head of Program and Research Fellow, United Nations University
    The r
    ole of the UN Security Council in authorizing Article 4(h) intervention
  • Professor Francis Kofi Abiew
    Department of Political Science, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Canada
    The nature of the decision by the AU Assembly and the role of the AU Peace and Security Council in deciding on Article 4(h) intervention
  • Dr Simon Adams
    Executive Director, Global Center for Responsibility to Protect, New York
    The role of India, Brazil and South Africa (IBSA) and the UN Security Council in the implementation of Article 4(h) and R2P
  • Dr Kwesi Anning
    Director of Research, Kofi Annan International Peace Training Centre
    The African Standby Force and the implementation of Article 4(h) intervention
  • Mr Sivuyile Bam
    Head, Peace Support Operations Division, African Union Commission
    The role of the African Continental Early Warning System in preventing mass atrocities
  • Professor Frank Chalk
    Professor of History and Director of the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, Concordia University, Canada
    How to mobilize the political will to intervene
  • Ms Jane Connors
    Office of the High Commissioner on Human Rights, Geneva,
    The interaction between international criminal justice and the special procedures of the Human Rights Council
  • Dr Rachel Gerber
    Program Officer for Protection Programming, Stanley Foundation
    Responsibility while protecting
  • Ms Florence Iheme
    Director, Early Warning Directorate, Observation Monitoring Centre, Office of the Commissioner, Political Affairs, Peace and Security, ECOWAS
    Lessons from ECOWAS for applying Article 4(h)
  • Professor Michelo Hansungule
    Professor of International Human Rights Law, Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria
    The role of the African Human Rights System in preventing mass atrocities
  • Professor Kithure Kindiki
    Head of the Department of Public Law, and Senior Lecturer of International Law, School of Law, University of Nairobi
    The role of civil society in the implementation of Article 4(h)
  • Mr Martin Kunschak
    Referent at Bayerischen Landtag, Germany
    African Solutions to African Problems? 
  • Professor Jeremy I. Levitt
    Associate Dean for International Programs and Distinguished Professor of International Law
    Florida A & M University College of Law, United States, How can the AU move from promise to practice? 
  • Professor Brian Lepard
    Alumni Professor of Law, University of Nebraska, College of Law
    Philosophical and ethical perspectives on Article 4(h)
  • Mr Bright Mando
    Legal Officer, Office of the Legal Counsel, African Union
    The background, rationale and aim of Article 4(h) and its proposed amendment
  • Dr Noel M. Morada
    Director, Regional Diplomacy and Capacity Building, Asia Pacific Centre for R2P, University of Queensland St. Lucia, Australia
    Lessons from Asia-Pacific for applying Article 4(h)
  • Maj Gen. Fred Mugisha
    Chief of Staff, Uganda Peoples’ Defence Force, Uganda; Former Force Commander, AMISOM, Somalia
    The experience of AMISOM intervention in Somalia
  • Dr Tim Murithi
    Head of Programme, the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, Cape Town
    The role of the African Peace and Security Architecture in the implementation of Article 4(h)
  • Dr Chacha Bhoke Murungu
    Senior Lecturer, University of Dodoma
    The nature of the violations that trigger Article 4(h) violations
  • Amb. Jan F. Mutton
    Research Associate, Department of Political Sciences, University of Pretoria
    Article 4(h) and the citizen’s right to be protected
  • General Henry Odillo
    Commander, Malawi Defence Force, Malawi
    Building collective responses to stop mass atrocities in Africa


  • Lt Col (Dr) Dan Kuwali
    Post Doctoral Fellow, Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria
    Statement on the role of Article 4(h) in ending mass atrocities in Africa


  • Professor Frans Viljoen
    Director, Centre for Human Rights, University of Pretoria
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