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Institutional and substantive responses to economic and transnational organised crime: An African regional perspective (2023)
Book Chapter
Kemp, G. (in press). Institutional and substantive responses to economic and transnational organised crime: An African regional perspective. In Corporate Criminal Liability and Sanctions. United Kingdom: Routledge

Corporate conduct can have devastating effects on the social, governance, and economic systems of states and regions. The drafters of the Malabo Protocol of the African Union opted to include corporate criminal liability as a mode of liability, thus... Read More about Institutional and substantive responses to economic and transnational organised crime: An African regional perspective.

Decolonisation pedagogy as method (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Kemp, G. (2023, July). Decolonisation pedagogy as method. Presented at International Criminal Law and the Legacy of Colonialism in Africa, Berlin, Germany

Decolonisation pedagogy can serve as a method to address the legacy of colonialism in Africa in an organic way. This is also the case for interrogating the methods, content and approaches in international criminal law as a discipline.

Apartheid as a crime against humanity (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Kemp, G. (2023, June). Apartheid as a crime against humanity. Paper presented at The crime of apartheid in South Africa and beyond, Nottingham

Apartheid is a crime against humanity, yet no person has ever been prosecuted for this crime. In 2021 two individuals were indicted in South Africa for the crime of apartheid. This is an historic first in the country which gave the policy of aparthei... Read More about Apartheid as a crime against humanity.

Public Health Crisis Management and Criminal Liability of Governments (2023)
Book
Bohlander, M., Kemp, G., & Webster, M. (Eds.). (in press). Public Health Crisis Management and Criminal Liability of Governments. United Kingdom: Hart Publishing. https://doi.org/10.5040/9781509946341

The focus of this book is the possible criminal liability of senior government officials, and in appropriate contexts, the possible criminal responsibility of corporate entities. The chapter on epidemiology aims to give an overview of the origins and... Read More about Public Health Crisis Management and Criminal Liability of Governments.

COVID-19 and crimes against humanity (2023)
Book Chapter
Kemp, G. (2023). COVID-19 and crimes against humanity. In Public Health Crisis Management and Criminal Liability of Governments (331-342). United Kingdom: Bloomsbury Publishing

Death and serious harm to physical and mental health caused by COVID-19 affect not only the protected interests underlying various crimes under domestic law (notably murder, other homicide offences and assault), but can also be analysed in the contex... Read More about COVID-19 and crimes against humanity.

Prosecuting the crime against humanity of apartheid. The historic first indictment in South Africa and the application of customary international law (2023)
Journal Article
Kemp, G., & Nortje, W. (2023). Prosecuting the crime against humanity of apartheid. The historic first indictment in South Africa and the application of customary international law. Journal of International Criminal Justice, 21(2), 405–430. https://doi.org/10.1093/jicj/mqad023

Apartheid is a crime against humanity, yet no person has ever been prosecuted for this crime. In 2021 two individuals were indicted in South Africa for the crime of apartheid. This is an historic first in the country which gave the policy of aparthei... Read More about Prosecuting the crime against humanity of apartheid. The historic first indictment in South Africa and the application of customary international law.

Horizontal and vertical international co-operation in criminal matters: An African regional and sub-regional perspective (2023)
Book Chapter
Kemp, G. (2023). Horizontal and vertical international co-operation in criminal matters: An African regional and sub-regional perspective. In S. Ugwu, A. Adeboyejo, H. Morrison, & T. B. K. Sendze (Eds.), Contemporary International Criminal Law Issues: Contributions in Pursuit of Accountability for Africa and the World (177-211). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6265-555-3

This chapter deals with the topic of mutual legal assistance as a means to combat international crime (including the core atrocity crimes) in Africa. It can be argued that effective mutual legal assistance modalities are imperatives of true Pan- Afri... Read More about Horizontal and vertical international co-operation in criminal matters: An African regional and sub-regional perspective.

Challenges in policing financial crime (2022)
Book Chapter
Young, M. A., & Phillips, A. (2022). Challenges in policing financial crime. In B. Rider (Ed.), A Research Agenda for Financial Crime (89-104). Edward Elgar Publishing

Law enforcement efforts to disrupt financial crime rest on a myriad of crime control policies which are designed outside of the interests of enforcement bodies. Neglecting to recognize the lived experiences of frontline officers threatens the effecti... Read More about Challenges in policing financial crime.

The practice of pre-trial detention in England & Wales - Changing law and changing culture (2022)
Journal Article
Smith, T. (2022). The practice of pre-trial detention in England & Wales - Changing law and changing culture. European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research, 28, 435–449. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10610-022-09504-y

Pre-trial detention empowers criminal courts to imprison defendants before they have been convicted of an offence. This is a significant power which should be subject to a rigourous decision-making process. A 2016 study of pre-trial detention practic... Read More about The practice of pre-trial detention in England & Wales - Changing law and changing culture.

Released under investigation: High time to bail out (2022)
Journal Article
Sosabowski, M. H., & Johnston, E. (2023). Released under investigation: High time to bail out. Journal of Criminal Law, 87(4), 266-280. https://doi.org/10.1177/00220183221078935

Prior to the Policing and Crime Act 2017, the provision of bail was set out by the Bail Act and refined by the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (PACE). Bail provisions changed under the Policing and Crime Act 2017, which created a presumption ag... Read More about Released under investigation: High time to bail out.

Dr Amber Phillips: ‘Giving confiscated mafia assets back to the community is enormously powerful’ (2022)
Journal Article
Phillips, A. (2022). Dr Amber Phillips: ‘Giving confiscated mafia assets back to the community is enormously powerful’

In the latest in a series of interviews with leading figures involved in the research and investigation of organised crime, Policing Insight’s Chris Allen spoke to Dr Amber Phillips, Senior Lecturer in Criminology at the University of the West of Eng... Read More about Dr Amber Phillips: ‘Giving confiscated mafia assets back to the community is enormously powerful’.

The past and present of transnational organized crime in America (2021)
Book Chapter
Woodiwiss, M., & Young, M. (2021). The past and present of transnational organized crime in America. In F. Allum, & S. Gilmour (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Transnational Organized Crime (90-140). (Second). OXON: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003044703

This fully revised new edition provides a definitive and holistic overview of Transnational Organized Crime (TOC) in a world in which right wing populism has gained ground, trade wars are increasing, climate change is a reality and Covid poses a chal... Read More about The past and present of transnational organized crime in America.

Was quashing the Maji-Maji uprising genocide? An evaluation of Germany's conduct through the lens of international criminal law (2021)
Journal Article
Bachmann, K., & Kemp, G. (2021). Was quashing the Maji-Maji uprising genocide? An evaluation of Germany's conduct through the lens of international criminal law. Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 35(2), 235-249. https://doi.org/10.1093/hgs/dcab032

Recently, political actors in Tanzania have demanded compensation from Germany for colonial atrocities against various ethnic and religious groups during the Maji-Maji uprising (1905-1907). By analyzing first-hand archival records from Germany and Ta... Read More about Was quashing the Maji-Maji uprising genocide? An evaluation of Germany's conduct through the lens of international criminal law.

The Role of the Defense Lawyer: Conceptions and Perceptions within a Changing System (2021)
Book
Johnston, E. (2021). The Role of the Defense Lawyer: Conceptions and Perceptions within a Changing System. Lexington Books

The culture of defense work has undergone significant change over the course of the last twenty years. These changes may have generated confusion and uncertainty concerning the role of the defense lawyer in the modern era. If the lawyer is confused... Read More about The Role of the Defense Lawyer: Conceptions and Perceptions within a Changing System.

E-Wallets, money laundering and terrorism financing: Is the voluntary exchange of information the panacea? (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Ryder, N. (2021, March). E-Wallets, money laundering and terrorism financing: Is the voluntary exchange of information the panacea?. Paper presented at Stakeholders Consultation on Trafficking of Dangerous Substances through Exploitation of E-Wallet Services, Vienna

This presentation is divided into three parts. Part I provides a brief overview of E-Wallets, it identifies their unprecedented growth and identifies their abuse by money launderers. Part II comments on the effectiveness of the traditional anti-mon... Read More about E-Wallets, money laundering and terrorism financing: Is the voluntary exchange of information the panacea?.

Terrorism financing and fraud – the unseen (seen) nexus? A broken policy and a series of missed opportunities (2021)
Presentation / Conference
Ryder, N. (2021, February). Terrorism financing and fraud – the unseen (seen) nexus? A broken policy and a series of missed opportunities. Paper presented at Lincoln University Staff Seminar Series, Lincoln University

This presentation identifies a detailed and authoritative terrorism financing fraud typology and a disjointed counter-terrorism financing/counter-fraud policies. The paper recommends that the fraud typology could be used as a disruptive mechanism an... Read More about Terrorism financing and fraud – the unseen (seen) nexus? A broken policy and a series of missed opportunities.

Terrorism financing and fraud – the unseen (seen) nexus? A broken policy and a series of missed opportunities (2020)
Presentation / Conference
Ryder, N. (2020, December). Terrorism financing and fraud – the unseen (seen) nexus? A broken policy and a series of missed opportunities. Paper presented at Jean Monnet Network on EU Counter Terrorism, University of South Wales, Treforest

This paper adds to the existing literature by highlighting how terrorism financiers have been able to accrue funding by different types of fraud. and it divided into five parts. The first part of the article identifies a comprehensive terrorism fina... Read More about Terrorism financing and fraud – the unseen (seen) nexus? A broken policy and a series of missed opportunities.

Public written statement to the UN WGEPAD 27th Session: The urgency of now - Systemic racism and the lessons of 2020 (2020)
Conference Proceeding
Olaiya, M.A., H. B. A. (2020). Public written statement to the UN WGEPAD 27th Session: The urgency of now - Systemic racism and the lessons of 2020.

The UN WGEPAD 27th public session: "The Urgency of Now - Systemic Racism and the Lessons of 2020" was held between 30 November to 3 December. This thematic session built on the WGEPAD’s COVID-19 report, systemic racism and global protests, and set t... Read More about Public written statement to the UN WGEPAD 27th Session: The urgency of now - Systemic racism and the lessons of 2020.

Cryptoassets, social media platforms and defence against terrorism financing suspicious activity reports: A step into the regulatory unknown (2020)
Journal Article
Ryder, N. (2020). Cryptoassets, social media platforms and defence against terrorism financing suspicious activity reports: A step into the regulatory unknown. Journal of Business Law, 8, 668-693

This paper is divided into three parts. Firstly, the paper presents evidence how terrorism financiers are able to operate via the Internet and social media platforms. Secondly, it enhances the understanding of the use of Defence against Terrorism Fin... Read More about Cryptoassets, social media platforms and defence against terrorism financing suspicious activity reports: A step into the regulatory unknown.

Written statement to the 26th Session of the UN Working Group of Experts on people of African descent : Regional meeting with civil society - Europe and North America (2020)
Other
Olaiya, M.A., H. B. A. (2020). Written statement to the 26th Session of the UN Working Group of Experts on people of African descent : Regional meeting with civil society - Europe and North America. United Nations

Written statements were made to a series of regional meetings designed to allow the Working Group of Experts on people of African Descent to engage with and learn from civil society and its experiences, to ascertain the situation on the ground thus f... Read More about Written statement to the 26th Session of the UN Working Group of Experts on people of African descent : Regional meeting with civil society - Europe and North America.