MIAMI– Utibe Ikpe was published in the International Law Quarterly, fall 2016 edition. Ms. Ikpe discusses current legal issues in Africa. Specially, Senegal’s decision to invoke universal jurisdiction in an extraordinary legal proceeding that marks the first time in history that a court in one country— Senegal—prosecuted the leader of another country— Chad—for human rights violations. Ms. Ikpe also discusses the Gender and Equal Opportunities Bill that was recently presented to the Nigerian Senate.
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