• The ECOWAS Court of Justice has suspended ‘until further notice,’ its judicial activities for the next few weeks as part of measures to prevent and contain the spread of the Corona Virus, COVID-19, according to a statement today signed by the President of the Court, Justice Edward Amoako Asante. ...Read More

  • The ECOWAS Court has suspended its 2020 travel-related activities, mainly official missions, because of the outbreak of Covid-19 which the World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared a pandemic, according to the President of the Court. ...Read More

  • Delegation of the Court, led by the Vice-President (7th right in grey), Hon. Justice Gberi-be Ouattara with Senegal's Minister of Justice, Mr Malick Sall (6th right) ...Read More

  • The ECOWAS Court of Justice on Wednesday, 26th February 2020 launched its rescheduled weeklong outreach programme in Dakar with a special forum dedicated to lawyers and law students, one of the four campaigns planned for 2020 by the Court. ...Read More

  • The weeklong outreach of the Community Court of Justice in Senegal ended on Friday, 28th February 2020 with a press conference by the Court’s Vice President, Justice Gberi-be Ouattara who used the opportunity to praise the host government for its support for the campaign which contributed to its success. ...Read More

  • A judge of the ECOWAS Court of Justice, Justice Dupe Atoki has urged women to strive to be competitive by empowering themselves using the opportunities at their disposal so that they can overcome the societal obstacles militating against the full realization of their potentials and participation in the development of the society. ...Read More

  • The ECOWAS Court will launch its inaugural moot court competition for law students in universities in West Africa in 2020 as part of its efforts to deepen knowledge of Community law among students, a judge of the Court has said. ...Read More

  • The Vice President of the ECOWAS Court of Justice, Justice Gberi-be Ouattara has urged law students in Senegal to create a platform through which they could engage with the Court on Community law, human rights issues and the jurisprudence of the Court among others. ...Read More

  • The ECOWAS Court of Justice has suspended ‘until further notice,’ its judicial activities for the next few weeks as part of measures to prevent and contain the spread of the Corona Virus, COVID-19, according to a statement today signed by the President of the Court, Justice Edward Amoako Asante. ...Read More

  • Participants agree “to firmly uphold judicial independence and to strengthen integrity, accountability and transparency in the justice system and reinforce the bonds between these fundamental concepts” ...Read More

  • A delegation from the ECOWAS Court of Justice, led by its President, Hon. Judge Edward Amoako Asante, has arrived in Abidjan this Sunday, February 16, 2020, for a weeklong outreach to improve the visibility of the Court in the country. ...Read More

  • A delegation of the ECOWAS Court of Justice, led by its Vice-President, Hon. Justice Gberi-Be Ouattara in Dakar this Saturday, February 22, 2020, for a weeklong outreach to improve the visibility of the Court in the country.  ...Read More

  • The President of the ECOWAS Court of Justice, Justice Edward Amoako Asante has challenged members of the Bar association of Cote d’Ivoire to set up a mechanism for providing free legal assistance to Ivoirians who may wish to approach the court for the protection of their human rights but who cannot afford the legal cost. ...Read More

  • The Minister of African Integration and Ivoirians abroad, Mr. Ally Coulibaly has warned of the possibility of more cases to be filed before the Community Court of Justice by private sector operators seeking the correct interpretation of Community texts and related to the closure of its borders by one of the Member States. ...Read More

  • The President of the Supreme Court of Cote d’Ivoire, Justice Rene Francois Aphing-Kouassi on Monday, 17th February 2020 blamed ‘ignorance’ for some of the problems militating against the enforcement of the decisions of the ECOWAS Court by Member States of the 15-member Community. ...Read More

  • Participants to the second High-Level Meeting of the Global Judicial Integrity Network agree “to firmly uphold judicial independence and to strengthen integrity, accountability and transparency in the justice system and reinforce the bonds between these fundamental concepts” ...Read More

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