The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability Expresses Deep Regret over Burundi Withdrawal from the International Criminal Court.
Since January 2017, the Wayamo Foundation and the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability have held five capacity building workshops for investigators, prosecutors and judges, and four symposia on international justice at venues in Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania.
The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) has recently begun an engagement with the government and the judiciary of The Gambia regarding justice and reconciliation issues and policies in the country.
From 28-30 June, Wayamo will organise a capacity-building workshop for military investigators and prosecutors on ‘STRENGTHENING JUSTICE AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN NIGERIA’ at the Southern Sun Hotel Ikoyi in Lagos.
As part of the International Symposium organised on 6 June in Arusha, the Wayamo Foundation organised a two-day training for investigators and prosecutors from Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
Arusha played host to an international symposium at the Mount Meru Hotel on 6 June 2017. The symposium aimed at exploring the current state of international criminal justice
On 6 June 2016, Wayamo launched the “Fighting Impunity and Ensuring Accountability in East Africa” project at the Mount Meru Hotel in Arusha, Tanzania.
The Africa Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) and the Wayamo Foundation wish to extend their warm congratulations to Justice Navi Pillay on her election to the position of President of the Advisory Council of the International Nuremberg Principles Academy.
The African Group for Justice and Accountability (AGJA) and the Wayamo Foundation wish to warmly congratulate Athaliah Molokomme on her appointment as the Permanent Representative of Botswana to the United Nations Office at Geneva.