26 February 2013

Cote d'Ivoire: The Launch of Views On Gbagbo

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Laurent Gbagbo supporters in Europe (file photo).

Views on Gbagbo is RNW's newly launched platform to discuss the case of former Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo. The website will not only follow developments in Gbagbo's possible trial at the International Criminal Court, but also share personal stories by Ivorians, notably those affected by violence that unfolded in Ivory Coast after the 2010 presidential elections.

Gbagbo is accused of crimes against humanity, a case strongly contested by his supporters. He is the first head of state to have been taken into custody by the International Criminal Court in The Hague.

For content in English, stay tuned here: the Africa Desk is sharing highlights under the Views on Gbagb banner. For content in French, visit the website itself: Regards sur Gbagbo.

In the meantime, send us your blogs, videos, photos and cartoons about Gbagbo, the Ivorian crisis (2010-2011) and your experience of international justice. Contact us by email (Facebook or Twitter with the hashtag #RSGbagbo. Please submit text in French. A selection of your content will be published by RNW and shared on Facebook and Twitter.

Website: www.regardssurgbagbo.net

Facebook: www.facebook.com/regardssurgbagbo

Twitter: @RNWAfrica

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