Angela Mudukuti is a Zimbabwean human rights lawyer, specialised in international criminal law. Angela is a consultant for Human Rights Watch focusing on international justice and also works with the Wayamo Foundation. As the Senior International Criminal Justice Lawyer at Wayamo, she focuses on advocacy and capacity building for African prosecutors and investigators to further enhance domestic capacity to investigate and prosecute transnational organised crime and core international crimes. Previously, Angela was the International Criminal Justice Lawyer at the Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC), where she worked on precedent-setting cases on crimes against humanity and universal jurisdiction before the South African Constitutional Court, and was deeply involved in advocacy and strategic litigation, including seeking the arrest of former President Bashir of Sudan during his visit to South Africa. Prior to joining SALC, Angela worked for the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Court, and under the supervision of Prof Cherif Bassiouni at the International Institute for Criminal Justice and Human Rights in Siracusa, Italy. Prior to that, Angela was in private practice in Zimbabwe working on civil and criminal matters. Angela has an LLM in International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice and an undergraduate law degree. She has written and published on international criminal law issues in books, journals and newspapers.