Tonny Raymond Kirabira



Tonny is a PhD law researcher at the University of Portsmouth, focusing on transitional justice and international criminal law. He previously worked as a Visiting Professional at the International Criminal Court. He is involved in international human rights work, including participation in UN Human Rights Council sessions in Geneva. He has teaching responsibilities which focus on criminal law and Human rights at the undergraduate level.

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Proposed EU Sanctions Against Uganda: Thoughts on This New Extraterritorial Human Rights Regime

On 11 February 2021, the European parliament adopted three resolutions on human rights situations in Uganda, Rwanda and Kazakhstan. Notably, for Uganda, it called for sanctions against individuals and entities responsible for human rights violations. My claim is that sanctions are an interplay between international relations and international human rights law regimes. Whereas they have the potential…

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