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Francis Dusabe

Doctoral Candidate, Vrije Amsterdam

Francis Dusabe is a PhD Student at Vrije University Amsterdam. He holds a master’s degree from the University of Western Cape in South Africa and he is certified for legal practice In Rwanda. Before embarking on this doctoral journey, he worked legal researcher and contributed in the drafting various laws currently in force in Rwanda Francis has extensively written about his country on transnational crimes, such as money laundering and the recovery of crime related assets. His current research is entitled: Supranational Prosecution of the Crime of Corruption: A comparative study between European and African Perspectives. (Working Title). His areas of interest include International criminal law, International anti-corruption law, International migration law. International refugee law, the law of Mutual legal assistance and comparative regional law.

Relevant Publications
  • Rwanda: Assessing the effectiveness of legal and policy responses to fight Money Laundering (2016) Journal of Money Laundering Control, Vol. 19 Iss: 1, pp.21 – 31
  • Reflections on Rwanda’s Approaches to Crime related Asset recovery (2018) Journal of financial Crime Vol. 25 Issue: 1, pp.70-80
  • Rethinking the North-South Divide in International criminal Justice: Reflections from an African view point; Africa law Newsletter (2016)
  • The International Criminal Court at 15: Battling the Acceptance Challenges (2017)
  • The applicability of the principle of Non-Refoulement vis a vis the respect of refugee hosting states’ security, a case study of Rwandese refugees in Uganda. A dissertation submitted to the faculty of law of the National University of Rwanda, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Bachelor’s degree in law
  • Understanding Genocide, Prevention, Prosecution and Progress” a case study for Rwanda. A paper sent in an international law conference held in Vermont law school, USA
  • Codification in Rwandan legislative system. A paper submitted as partial fulfillment of Postgraduate diploma in Legislative drafting at the Institute of Legal Practice and Development of Rwanda