The African Centre for International Law and Justice
The African Center for International Law and Justice (ACIJLJ) is a research-driven think tank committed to the development of viable knowledge platforms and advocacy in international law, justice and public policy-related issues. The core goal is to serve as a source of and hub for high-level and cutting edge research on issues at the intersection of social inequality and international law, social justice and public policy. By fostering the development of networks and constituencies committed to understanding justice in Africa through the complexities of its histories and futures, the center engages with a range of stakeholders such as: (1) African policy makers; (2) members of the judiciaries; (3) scholars, researchers and students; (4) political and civil societies constituencies; and (5) media thought leaders and public intellectuals.
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