The capacity building project is an ongoing training on international criminal law, for participants from across the world. The programs are conducted by leading university professors of law, top legal academics, scholars, jurists, and legal experts within the realm of international criminal law. The project entails the establishment of a permanent training Center focusing on international criminal law.
Our capacity building project trains officials in the following groups: political and administrative leaders in government, state prosecutors and investigators, law enforcement officers, lawyers, state counsel, judges, magistrates, paralegal, and civil society activists.
Support services entails material support and counseling of victims and witnesses of heinous international crimes, internally displaced persons (IDPs), widows, and orphans.