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Faculty of Law | University of the Western Cape

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Faculty of Law | University of the Western Cape

AFRICAN CENTRE FOR TRANSNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE (ACTCJ)

ACTCJ > Welcome 

Welcome to the African Centre for Transnational Criminal Justice (ACTCJ) 

Globalisation and technology have opened new opportunities for transnational criminal activities to target states and organisations. To combat these crimes, their cross-border character and transnational impact call for ever-greater inter-state cooperation.

Our web channel highlights our engagement with these challenges, and provides visitors with news, blogs, listings of our publications, and external resources.

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Reflections on transitional justice in Africa during Covid-19
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UWC proudly launches African Centre for Transnational Criminal Just...
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TCJ > Welcome 

Welcome to the African Centre for Transnational Criminal Justice (ACTCJ) 

Globalisation and technology have opened new opportunities for transnational criminal activities to target states and organisations. To combat these...

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Our focus

ACTCJ (formerly the South African-German Centre for Transnational Criminal Justice) undertakes cutting-edge research and training in international criminal law, transitional justice, transnational organised crimes and related fields to respond to the myriad challenges confronting the African continent in a rapidly changing and interconnected world. Read more ...

About us

 

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Our team

Our exceptionally resourceful team positions ACTCJ to become the pivot of advancing knowledge and African perspectives on transnational criminal justice, driving the localisation and consolidation of transnational criminal justice norms and their application in African contexts.   Read more ...

Meet the team