Talking African Justice: Interrogating International Law

“Talking African Justice is an on-line forum under the direction of Professor Kamari Clarke that provides an opportunity to feature key issues concerning international and regional justice in Africa and beyond. By translating legal and political principles for public engagement Talking African Justice provides a platform for critical conversations about international justice and its relevance to the African life worlds. The forums range from Public Briefs to Conversational feedback domains to Lectures, Podcasts and Analyses of Country Campaign data and provide resources for understanding the complexities of bringing into force an African Court of Justice and Human and People’s Rights with three jurisdictions – criminal, human rights, and general jurisdiction.
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Talking African Justice has been generously funded by the Open Society Foundation with the collaboration of the African Union Legal Counseland the African Court Research Initiative(ACRI).”

“The African Court Research Initiative approaches the study of justice in Africa in relation to its larger ecologies of justice. The study of the African Court is a study of the court in relation to its judicial, political, social and the particularities of justice within African geographies of justice.”

– ACRI Research Team

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