Meet Karim Denning Samura the first Sierra Leonean Law Student to Participate in the International Criminal Moot Court Competition in Person at the Hague, Netherlands, representing IMATT College and Africa.
The International Criminal Moot Court Competition or ICCMCC is an annual international moot court competition on international criminal law that is held at The Hague and organised by the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies of Leiden University, The Hague Campus, with the institutional support of the International Criminal Court and International Bar Association.
“I’m glad to be the first Sierra Leonean Law Student to participate in person at the Hague, Netherlands. Representing Sierra Leone, IMATT COLLEGE,and AFRICA. Visiting the Court has inspired me to work as hard and smart as I could to see myself here as a Judge in the not so distant future,” Samura Stated
The International Criminal Court (ICC) investigates and, where warranted, tries individuals charged with the gravest crimes of concern to the international community: genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity and the crime of aggression.
The Court is participating in a global fight to end impunity, and through international criminal justice, the Court aims to hold those responsible accountable for their crimes and to help prevent these crimes from happening again. The ICC is the world’s first permanent international criminal court.