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Here are the latest updates about some of the leading projects and activities of the Wayamo
Foundation and the Africa Group for Justice and Accountability.

Professor of Law, Tiyanjana Maluwa, discusses the importance of

strengthening national justice mechanisms in Africa, the ICCs purported
African bias and role that global leaders ought to be taking in the system of
international justice.

Since January 2017, the Wayamo Foundation Our main projects:

and the Africa Group for Justice and Fighting Impunity and Ensuring
Accountability have held five capacity Accountability in East Africa;
building workshops for investigators, Capacity Building Workshops For the
prosecutors and judges, and four symposia Members of the Special Criminal Court
on international justice at venues in Nigeria, In the Central African Republic;
Senegal, South Africa and Tanzania. Strengthening justice and
accountability in Nigeria through
capacity building
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Launch of the East Africa Project

On 6 June 2017, the Wayamo Foundation officially
launched the "Fighting impunity and ensuring
accountability in East Africa" Project, in Arusha,

Workshop with members of the Special Criminal

The July event marked the first time that all the staff
appointed to this new court had been brought

Capacity-building for civil and military prosecutors in

The workshops are implemented in collaboration
with the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Justice.

A conversation with Justice Sotomayor

US Supreme Court Judge Sonia Sotomayor
touched on the issue of judicial independence and
spoke about her personal experience.

The South African-German Justice Dialogue

The project seeks to contribute to a constructive, respectful and open
engagement on issues relating to the relationship between the ICC
and its African constituency.

The Hybrid Justice Project

The hybrid justice project was established to evaluate the impacts of
hybrid courts and tribunals on states and societies in transition.

Upcoming events
1-2 November: AGJA mission to Banjul,
The Gambia
2-4 November: Capacity building of civil
and military prosecutors, Abuja, Nigeria
20-22 November: Network Meeting,
Symposium and Training Workshop, Kigali,