This International Justice Day is like no other. The global justice community cannot come together to mark the occasion. The pandemic has grounded travel and brought economies to a halt. But atrocities continue to be perpetrated.
Times such as these call for reflection and creativity. The Wayamo Foundation and the Rule of Law Program for anglophone Sub-Saharan Africa of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung are proud to present Voices for International Justice, a video gallery featuring a prestigious cross-section of justice luminaries from around the world, reflecting on the greatest achievements, opportunities, and challenges facing international justice.
DAPO AKANDE – CHRISTINE ALAI – SHEHZAD CHARANIA – THIERRY CRUVELLIER – MARK DRUMBL – SILVIA FERNÁNDEZ DE GURMENDI – AMANDA GHAHREMANI – BETTY MURUNGI – NAVI PILLAY – LORRAINE SMITH VAN LIN – CHRISTIAN WENAWESER – ALEX WHITING
Advocate of the High Court of Kenya and member of the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability
Former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and member of the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability
Editor-in-Chief of Justiceinfo.net, reporting from Phnom Penh
International Criminal lawyer, Co-Investigator with the Canadian Partnership for International Justice
International Human Rights Consultant
Judge and former President of the International Criminal Court
Professor of Law and Director of the Transnational Law Institute, Washington and Lee School of Law
Director of the UK Attorney-General’s Office and International Law Advisor to the Prime Minister’s Office
Permanent Representative of Liechtenstein to the United Nations
Human Rights Lawyer and Transitional Justice Expert
Professor of Practice, Harvard Law School and Head of Investigations at the Kosovo Specialist Prosecutor´s Office in The Hague
Professor of Public International Law, University of Oxford and member of the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability
Wayamo is an independent, non-profit organisation established to strengthen the rule of law, promote justice for international and transnational crimes and foster transparency through judicial capacity building, mediation and informed journalism.
The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung’s Rule of Law Program for anglophone Sub-Saharan Africa contributes to the promotion of the rule of law in Africa. Rule of law is a prerequisite for stable democracy and sustainable social and economic development.