Roland Adjovi compares the structure of the ICTR to other international tribunals and describes the ICTR's broad mandate for establishing peace and reconciliation. Adjovi discusses his early aspirations to improve the ICTR. He reflects on a proud moment in the case of Michel Bagaragaza, a case expected to be transferred to Norway but held back because Norway had failed to implement the Genocide Convention into domestic law. This decision prompted Norway to enact new laws, thus improving its legal system.
Roland Adjovi speaks on...
- the Tribunal's quest for justice [1:08] (Voices from the Rwanda Tribunal team)
- reconciliation in Rwanda and beyond [1:51] (Voices from the Rwanda Tribunal team)
- the impact of justice on reconciliation [2:30] (John Smith)