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Located in South Africa and rooted in Africa, we have a proud tradition of socially committed research and publication forged in the struggle against apartheid.
This portal highlights our continuing engagement with some of the most critical issues of our time. These range from climate threats and far-reaching changes to the employment landscape, to the plight of children in poverty and questions of legal integration and transnational criminal justice.
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Who: Elisabeth Brameshuber (University of Vienna) and Adam Sagan (Univer...
Where: University of Vienna, Austria
When: 11 November 2121
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Who: African Centre for Transnational Criminal Justice (ACTCJ) and Inter...
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BLOGS: Reflections on transitional justice in Africa during Covid-19 | By John-Mark Iyi
African countries emerging from conflicts and authoritarian regimes have had to confront Covid-19 both as a health crisis and a human rights and social justice issue in the context of ongoing transitional justice processes. Read more ...
Legal pluralism and the future of personal family laws in Africa
A notable aspect of Africa’s struggle with its colonial legacies is the co-existence of indigenous laws that emerged in agrarian settings with state laws that emerged in industr...