The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability will support efforts to strengthen justice and accountability measures in Africa through domestic and regional capacity building, advice and outreach, and enhancing cooperation between Africa and the International Criminal Court.
It is with great delight that the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) announces the election of its new Chairperson, Mohamed Othman Chande, and Deputy Chairperson, Fatiha Serour.
The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) strongly urges authorities in Sudan to recommit to the country’s democratic transition and to the protection of fundamental human rights and freedoms.
The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) and its Secretariat, the Wayamo Foundation, held their second online Zoom meeting to discuss important developments, and brainstorm about ways forward in light of current circumstances.
This video gallery features a prestigious group of justice experts reflecting on what the future holds for the ICC in South Africa, the African continent, and beyond.
Judge Richard Goldstone: The International Criminal Court deserves the continued support of South Africa and all other peace-loving nations
“A court of last resort, operating under the strictures of the doctrine of complementarity, is a valuable addition to international governance,” argues Africa Group for Justice and Accountability member Judge Richard Goldstone, in a 14 August 2020 Daily Maverick opinion column co-written with Paul Hoffman, director of Accountability Now.
Africa Group for Justice and Accountability Statement on Ruling regarding South Africa’s Withdrawal from the International Criminal Court.