OSISA partners

The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant democracies whose governments are accountable to their citizens.

The OSF-SA is committed to promoting the values, institutions and practices of an open, non-racial and non-sexist, democratic, civil society. It works for a vigorous and autonomous civil society in which the rule of law and divergent opinions are respected.

OSIWA is dedicated to the creation of open societies in West Africa. We seek to promote inclusive democratic governance, transparent and accountable institutions and active citizenship in West Africa.

The Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa promotes public participation in democratic governance, the rule of law, and respect for human rights by awarding grants, developing programs, and bringing together diverse civil society leaders and groups. Based in Nairobi,...

SARW’s mission is to ensure natural resource extraction contributes to sustainable development; that is, a development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs.

SARW related objectives are firstly, to monitor corporate...

The Southern Africa Litigation Centre (SALC) was launched in 2005 and represents a joint initiative between the International Bar Association (IBA) and the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA).

Based in Johannesburg, SALC promotes human rights and the rule of law primarily...

The Africa Governance Monitoring and Advocacy Project (AfriMAP), is a civil society initiative that aims to promote good governance in Africa. It is a program of the Open Society Foundations. AfriMAP’s vision is of democratic, fair and effective governance in African...

Acção para o Desenvolvimento Rural e Ambiente (ADRA) is an Angolan non-governmental organisation established in 1990. Over the past 20 years, ADRA has been working on strengthening local communities and promoting sustainable development, with a special emphasis on rural areas and poor suburbs of...

Dvv International is the Institute for International Cooperation of the German Adult Education Association of the German Adult Education Association (Deutscher Volkshochschul-Verband e.V.,DVV) which is the federal umbrella association for the 16 regional associations of the Germany’s community...

Behind the Mask (BtM) is a media NGO that publishes a news website, covering news about lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people’s affairs in Africa.

It was formed in May 2000 by Bart Luirink, a Dutch journalist living in both South Africa, and Amsterdam.

Luirink...

In what has been described by activists as a significant milestone for the Lesotho Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual, transgender and Inter-gender (LGBTI) communities, November 2010 saw the registration of MATRIX support group as a Non-Profit Organisation by the Lesotho Law Office.

The Zimbabwe Election Support Network (ZESN) is a network of 30 independent, non-partisan non-governmental organizations that have been observing all aspects of the electoral process in Zimbabwe since 2000.

Its vision is a Zimbabwe where a democratic electoral environment and democratic...

Establishlishing member services based on identified needs and priorities, we research, gather, analyze and disseminate information. Our aim is to have Zambia view Human rights as indivisible and universal - as is enshrined in international law. Rainka aims to protect, advance and promote the...

The Southern African Parliamentary Support Trust (SAPST) is a legal trust duly registered by the Registrar of Deeds according to the laws of Zimbabwe.

ACTION for Conflict Transformation is a global network of individuals and organisations working for sustainable peace. In Africa the ACTION Support Centre, through its Skills and Strategies for Change programme aims to be a resource for African wisdom and expertise able to respond effectively to...

The Inner Circle (TIC) was established by a concerned group Muslims in 1996
as an underground social and support group. It started out at the house
of Imam Muhsin Hendricks in the form halqaat (study circles). These study circles still run on a Thursday night and have proven to be...

The SADC Lawyers Association is the representative body of lawyers, law societies and bar associations in the 15 member SADC region.

The Centre for Social Accountability was officially launched in August 2007. It was established in order to promote the institutionalisation of right to social accountability and the realisation of social and economic rights through the effective management of public resources.

The core business of the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) is to conduct large-scale, policy-relevant, social-scientific projects for public-sector users, non-governmental organisations and international development agencies. We do this in partnership with researchers globally, but...

Africa University is an independent pan-African institution of higher learning located in Mutare, Zimbabwe. It received its Charter in 1992 and was established in March of the same year with support from the General Conference of the United Methodist Church. The University was established to...

SEATINI is an African initiative to strengthen Africa's capacity to take a more effective part in the emerging global trading system and to better manage the process of Globalization. We deal specifically with issues and debates around the World Trade Organisation and Africa's relationships to...

The Law Society of Zimbabwe (LSZ) is a statutory body regulating the practice of law by registered legal practitioners in Zimbabwe. It is autonomous and is the body by which the legal profession in Zimbabwe self regulates. With an independent legal profession, the LSZ provides a basis for an...

World Education in Zimbabwe began in 2008 with the implementation of the five-year Children First Project.

World Education-Zimbabwe aims to increase care and support for orphans and vulnerable children and youth. To this end, WEI-Zimbabwe provides financial and technical support to...

The ANCL is coordinated by a secretariat based at the University of Cape Town (the Democratic Governance & Rights Unit), whose responsibility it is to drive the network, organize the annual meeting, the various governance structures and the working committees, as well as...

Urban Trust Namibia (UTN) is registered as a charitable trust (NGO) under the laws of Namibia.

The Coalition, a network of individuals, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and national human rights institutions, was formed during the first conference for the promotion of the protocol to the African Charter establishing the African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights (African Court) in...

The Centro Cultural Mosaiko is an organization that is part of Roman Catholic Church, which was created and run by the Dominican Missionaries. The Mission of Mosaiko is to contribute to the establishment of culture and education of human rights in Angola, through research and promotion of...

Namibia Women’s Health Network (NWHN) is a organisation of women living with HIV created by 14 women that participated in the Parliamentarians for Women’s Health project in 2005 to 2008. The seeds for NWHN were born out of ICW Namibia, the Namibia branch of the International Community of Women...

The Center of Excellence in Public Policies and Local Governance is a research center that is part of the Faculty of Law of the Universidade Agostinho Neto.

It was created to build the capacity of local government leaders in the field of public policy and planning in order to:

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The Women and Law in Southern Africa Research and Educational Trust (WLSA-Malawi) is a women’s rights non-governmental organization based in Malawi with a regional affiliation to 6 other national offices in Zimbabwe, Zambia, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique and Botswana. WLSA-Malawi is the only...

Established in 1994, Southern Africa HIV and AIDS Information Dissemination Service (SAfAIDS) is a regional non-profit organisation based in Pretoria, South Africa with two other country offices in Lusaka Zambia and Harare, Zimbabwe. With support from local partners, SAfAIDS currently...

The Association of Sign Language Interpreters of Zambia (ASLIZ) is a Zambia-based NGO.

It was established with the core objective of offering Sign Language interpretation to needy communities and individuals, training of interpreters and undertaking Sign Language Advocacy.

NADDZ is a Zambia-based NGO.

It was established with a view to promote and encourage mutual and integrated development between the Deaf and the hearing through community participation, teaching Sign Language and training Sign Language Interpreters.

Gender DynamiX is a Human Rights organisation promoting freedom of expression of gender identity, focusing on transgender, transsexual and gender non-confirming identities.

The organisation was founded in July 2005 by Liesl Theron and her partner, and managed on a volunteer basis for the...

The Southern African Liaison Office (SALO) was originally founded in 2004 as the Zimbabwe Liaison Office by Zimbabweans who saw the need for a group of South Africans to advise and assist them in lobbying and opening space for dialogue in South Africa.

SALO is a non-governmental...

The Swaziland National Association of Teachers (SNAT) was formed in 1928.

It is the only embodied educators’ body in the country. Its members are cross cutting; pre-school teachers, primary and high school teachers, head teachers and college lecturers. Even those qualified teachers on...

Bulawayo Agenda is a not-for- profit organization that was founded and registered as a trust in October 2002.

It is based in Zimbabwe’s second largest city, Bulawayo. The organisation was founded mainly to create a platform for the people of Bulawayo and its hinterland to participate in...

SCARJOV - Association for the Reintegration of Youth / Children in Social Life - the non-governmental organization created in 2002 by a group of young people with the specific objective of Promoting HIV & AIDS education in the context of human rights. The work of the organization was recognized...
Created in July 5, 2010, the Centre des Technologies Innovatrices et le Développement Durable « CTIDD » is recognized by the Congolese state under Reference No. 17 .077, of Justice Ministry. CTIDD Works in partnership with organizations of international civil society as Forest Peoples Programme,...
ELAEIS is a non-profit association created on February 5, 2007 in Kinshasa, and legally recognized under Ministerial Decree N ° 003/CAB/MIN/ J &DH/2012 of the Ministry of Justice. ELAEIS is one of the pioneer organization in mobilizing the youth in the neighborhood of Kingabwa. It leverages the...
Bulawayo Progressive Residents Association (BPRA) is a community-based and membership-driven organisation established in 2007 with the view of providing a non-partisan platform for effective residents and stakeholder interaction and participation in local governance. The association composed of 19...
Alliance for Development and Promotion of the Commune of Hoji-ya-Henda (APDCH), which is a network of 23 civil society organizations, based in the municipality of Cazenga – Luanda. APDCH was founded in 1998, and it was formally registered in November 2003 under the Law 14/91 - Angola Law...
The Angolan Council of Christian Churches (CICA) is an ecumenical umbrella organization of Christian Churches which was established in 1977. Currently it includes 20 churches and two faith-based institutions working with national and international organizations in the pursuit of spiritual well-...
The Support Centre for Education and Community Development, CEDECO acronym, is a non-profit association for the promotion and defense of human rights. It is endowed with legal personality granted by the Governor of South Kivu province, recorded at the Department of Justice by Certificate No. JUST...
The Africa Network Campaign for Education for All (ANCEFA) was established in the year 2000 and exists to champion the cause of quality inclusive education for all in Africa as well as to contribute to the global education agenda, debates and goal-setting.
The Southern African Programme on Access to Medicines (SAPAM) initiated in 2009 as a support programme to SADC Secretariat on implementing the Pharmaceutical Business Plan. SAPAM was designed in consultation with Member States (MS), the SADC Secretariat and other stakeholders, to respond to...
The Sexual Rights Centre is a grassroots organisation that was founded in 2008. SRC is based in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe and seeks to build a culture of human rights through challenging behaviour and attitudes in society, strengthening capacity and empowering vulnerable and marginalised communities to...
Formed in 1989, WLSA (Women and Law in Southern Africa Research and Education Trust) is a regional non-governmental organisation (NGO) that conducts research about women’s human rights in seven countries of Southern Africa: Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. WLSA...
IPACC is Africa’s largest network for Africa’s Indigenous Peoples. IPACC’s function is to support its member organisations to understand international and multilateral rights norms, standards and legal obligations, and apply this in the protection and promotion of indigenous peoples’ rights at...
The Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA) is headquartered in Dakar, Senegal. It was established in 1973 as an independent pan-African research organisation primarily focusing on social sciences research in Africa. Mission Statement It is recognised not only...
The (FEMNET) is a membership-based pan-African Network founded in 1988 and based in Nairobi Kenya. In Southern Africa, FEMNET has 115 members across the region. The organisation’s mandate is to strengthen the role and contribution of African NGOs and individual activists focusing on women's rights...
Zambia Land Alliance is a network of NGOs working for just land policies and laws that take into account the interests of the poor. The organization promotes secured access, ownership and control over land through lobbying and advocacy, research and community participation. The alliance began as a...
The Centre for Human Rights Education Advice and Assistance (CHREAA) is a non-governmental organization which was established in the year 2000 and is working country wide in Malawi. It was officially registered in 2006 under the Trustees Incorporation Act. CHREAA is registered with Council for Non-...
Chiedza Child Care Centre (Chiedza) is a private voluntary organisation established in 2001 and registered in 2003 (registration number PVO16/2003), with the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare of the Government of Zimbabwe. The organisation was formed by concerned academics, professionals and...
Namati champions a method called grassroots legal advocates. This approach places the power of influencing the formulation and implementation of health policy in communities. These grass root level advocates are trained in basic law and in skills like mediation, organizing, education, and advocacy...
The Catholic Development Commission in Malawi of the Blantyre Archdiocese (CADECOM Blantyre) is an affiliated development and relief agency of the Catholic Church in Malawi. It is registered in Malawi under The Episcopal Conference of Malawi (ECM) umbrella organization under the Trustees Act of...
APCA is membership-based pan-African organisation registered as a non-governmental organisation in the Republic of Uganda in August 2004 and is located in its capital, Kampala. It is a recognised regional advocacy body for advancing the agenda on the integration of palliative care and pain relief...
Third World Network-Africa was established in 1994 as a non-profit organisation limited by guarantee under the laws of Ghana. It works on economic and social equity within Africa, for an equitable place for Africa in the global order and for improvements in the quality and scope of citizens’...
The Southern Africa Federation of the Disabled (SAFOD) is a leading Southern African disability-focused network engaged in coordination of activities of Disability Peoples Organisations (DPOs) in the Southern Africa region. The organisation was formed in 1986 by persons with disabilities. There...
Formed in 1989, WLSA (Women and Law in Southern Africa Research and Education Trust) is a regional non-governmental organisation (NGO) that conducts research about women’s human rights in seven countries of Southern Africa: Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe. WLSA...
Palms for Life Fund was established in the United States in 2006 as a non-profit organization, and has been operating a southern African regional office from Swaziland since 2008, where it is established as a local NGO. It currently implements a mainly EU-funded project to strengthen the ability of...
The Centre for Trade Policy and Development is a non-profit making, membership based trade policy think tank which aims to promote pro-poor trade policies and practices. The organization was established in 1999 as Civil Society Trade network and was later rebranded to be the Centre for Trade Policy...
The Southern African People’s Solidarity Network (SAPSN) is co-hosted by the Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development (ZIMCODD) in Zimbabwe. SAPSN is a network of social and economic justice civic groups that stretch out through the SADC region.
Federation of Disability Organisations of Malawi (FEDOMA)was founded in 1999, as an umbrella organisation of Disabled People’s Organisations (DPOs) in Malawi to provide a unified voice for all the disabled people. Association of Persons with Albinism in Malawi (APAM), as part of a response strategy...
The International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) is a worldwide network of individuals and agencies working with children and young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions. We actively work to improve the lives of the estimated 21 million children with life-limiting...
The Network for Community Resource Governance (NCRG) is a network of resource rich communities in Zambia established two years ago to promote prudent natural resource governance. NCRG presumes that poor but resource rich communities and individuals are capable of managing themselves, and seeks...
Zambia Federation of Disability Organisations (ZAFOD) is a legally constituted national umbrella organization for disability organizations in Zambia and has a long history of work in the legal reform and human rights sector. With a membership of 12 organisations, the primary goal of the...
Wings To Transcend Namibia (WTTN) is a Namibian Transgender rights and health organisation that was formed in October 2015 as a voice for the transgender community in Namibia to advocate for the legal gender recognition, non-discriminatory and non-stigmatising health care, and trans and gender...
The African Men for Sexual Health and Rights (AMSHeR) is a coalition of LGBT/MSM-led organisations across sub-Saharan Africa established in 2009 and working to (1) address the disproportionate effect of the HIV epidemic on MSM and LGBT; (2) to redress the human rights violations these populations...
The Mental Health Users Network of Zambia (MHUNZA) was established in 2000 and is registered as a NGO under the Registrar of Societies in 2002 (registration number ORS/102/35/267). MHUNZA is the only organisation that represents and focuses on promotion, protection and advancement of human rights...
AMUSAM was established in 2013 with and the assistance of Forúm das Associações Moçambicanas de Deficiêntes (FAMOD) with OSISA’s support. AMUSAM’s vision is: an inclusive society, where mental health users have access to the same opportunities under equal conditions as others, so as to have an...
The Paralegal Advisory Service Institute (PASI) is a not for profit organisations was established in Malawi in May 2000 as a partner of Penal Reform International (PRI). It is a legal entity that is duly incorporated under the Trustees Incorporation Act (Cap.5:3) of the Laws of Malawi. It is the...
Positive Vibes (PV) is a Namibia-based regional training and project implementation organisation with offices in Windhoek and Ongwediwa. For strategic reasons, PV now has a satellite office in Cape Town, a consultant hub in Durban and recently, with an outreach consultant covering French-speaking...
IAM was founded in 1995. In 2001, it registered as a non-profit organisation (NPO) and is governed by a board of seven trustees who serve for a term of three years, and who can be re-elected once. The board then goes through a rigorous process to find possible new board members who bring to the...
The Global Interfaith Network (GIN) is a nascent network comprised of organisations and individuals from around the world engaged in LGBTI rights work that seeks to have a positive effect on the role that faith, spirituality, and cultural traditions play in the social and legal status of LGBTI...
The Southern Africa Regional Programme on Access to Medicines and Diagnostics (SARPAM) is funded by UK Department for International Development (DFID), to promote a more efficient and competitive market for essential medicines in the Southern African region to meet the health needs of poor people....
The LAC was founded in 1988 as a public interest law centre, is a registered Trust, and is the only Namibian organisation presently active in this field in Namibia. The Legal Assistance Trust’s Board of Trustees, consisting of acting judges, lawyers and other experts, oversees the work and finances...
The Seinoli Legal Centre was legally registered in June 2014 by the Seinoli Trust in Lesotho. The Center’s mission is to empower marginalised communities to use the law as a means of protecting their social, economic and environmental interests. Through structured programmes, TRC works with...
LAMBDA was established in 2006 by gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) Mozambican citizens to demand equal rights for LGBT citizens, fight discrimination and prejudice, educate the general public about the LGBT community, and provide services and support to the LGBT community. In 2006,...
MMA is in the process of becoming a registered not-for-profit Lesotho organization. Currently this process is not complete, and MMA does not yet have a not-for-profit registration number. MMA is dedicated to collecting valuable archival material and museum collections. The museum also works on a...
Stimulus is a social enterprise established in 2011 in Harare, Zimbabwe with a mandate to positively disrupt the manner in which Zimbabwe and Africa approach entrepreneurship. Its overarching goal is to support private sector development through nurturing entrepreneurship in order to create jobs...
The Bench Marks Foundation was formed in 2001 by church agencies, linked to the South African Council of Churches (SACC) concerned with the unethical behaviour of business and how they could be held accountable in the democratic South Africa, and more broadly in the continent as a whole.
TWN-Africa is a Ghanaian based NGO, established in 1994, and is a policy advocacy organization with Africa-wide remit. Deploying evidence and analyses derived from rigorous research, it advocates policy ideas, positions and proposals on strategic economic and social development issues in and for...
The African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD) was created 20 years ago as a pan African platform and organisation for lobbying and advocating for debt cancellation and addressing other debt related issues in Africa. AFRODAD remains committed to contributing to the long term...
The Paralegal Alliance Network (PAN) was founded in 2000 by civil society groups providing paralegal services namely, Caritas Zambia, Legal Resources Foundation (LRF), Young Women’s Christian Association (YWCA) and the Zambia Civic Education Association (ZCEA).These four Civil Society Organizations...
The Labour and Economic Development Research Institute of Zimbabwe (LEDRIZ) is a research think-tank of the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU).
The Festival is produced by Khuzula, a young and dynamic team to bring together lovers of different musical styles and produce innovative events and taking into account the public’s taste of Mozambique. Khuzula is a company based in Maputo Mozambique. Khuzula was founded in 2011 and has held the...
The IPPR is an incorporated association not for gain under Namibian company law. The IPPR was launched in 2001 in Windhoek as an independent think tank with a mission to deliver constructive but critical research on policy matters that affect development in Namibia. The Institute was established in...

Bwafwano operates in four districts of the country. Namely, Lusaka, Chibombo, Chongwe and Mkushi Districts of Zambia with the Lusaka center being the secretariat.  Bwafwano CHBCO was established in 1996 as a community response to the increasing number of HIV/AIDS/TB and...

Luanda - O colectivo de arte Twana Twangola realiza, de 02 e 03 do corrente mês, em Luanda, o I Fórum Nacional das Organizações Comunitárias de Bases (OCBs), sob o lema “participação das crianças no processo de governação nas escolas e comunidades”....

Kandengues Unidos is a group of activists, educators and professionals from various areas of knowledge with extensive experience working directly with populations who live in conditions of greater vulnerability to the exercise of their basic rights. Their main objective...

The Lesotho College of Education began its life in 1975 under the name of National Teacher Training College (NTTC).  UNESCO assisted in the initial planning of the institution.

MACOHA, a Malawian governmental agency, are at the forefront of work to help men and women with...

The Institute is a government sub-vented parastatal organisation established by Order, Government Notice No. 60, 1979 under Education Act (CAP.30.01). It became operational in April, 1982. The Institute fulfils a social function of ensuring that education in Malawi is of high quality.

Mulumbo Early Childhood Care and Development runs community-based centers that provide ECED services to children ages 0-8 in economically vulnerable communities in Zambia, advocates for increased national attention to ECED, and mentors other ECED programs. Mulumbo...

The Namibia Association of Children with Disabilities (NACD) is a Namibian nonprofit organization. NACD was established to build the capacity of disabled people, as leaders, and their allies e.g. supportive parents and sympathetic educationalists, in Namibia, to understand, advocate and help...

The foundation for the future project was established by Save the Children Mozambique In order to promote access to quality and equitable early Childhood Development and Education programme for Children in Mozambique.

UNICEF is strongly committed to UN Coherence and its primary objective to achieve sustainable results in an effective and efficient way. This basic principle guides UNICEF’s approach to engagement in UN Country Teams, UNDAFs and country programme planning processes.

VOSESA mission is to be a point of reference for knowledge about civic service and volunteering for development in the SADC region. VOSESA (i) Documents and evaluates practice, programmes and policies in the field of civic service and volunteering; (ii) Contributes to the emerging knowledge base...

Vusumnotfo Community Based Organization intends to work on developing Developmental Milestones and Learning Standards - a tool for improving child development outcomes in rural Swaziland. This will be achieved through the building community capacity, to engage with young...

The association was formally established in 2003, because of the transformation of the Wona Sanana project (1998-2003) into a non-profit and autonomous nongovernmental organisation. The name “Wona Sanana” results from a combination of words in a Mozambican local languages...

Early childhood development and education (ECDE) is a growing priority for the Government of Swaziland (GoS), but much remains to be done to uphold minimum standards of ECDE to improve the quality of ECDE education at National Care Points (NCPs) and community pre‐schools.

ZIZILE Institute for Child Development is enabling Environment for Holistic Early Childhood Development. The Zizile-Institute for Child Development has recently been established in Mozambique, its main area of focus is to promote and realize the rights of children in...

Programme d’Intégration et de Développement du Peuple Pygmée au Kivu (PIDP - Kivu) PIDP is an organization that was created in 1991, by and for indigenous Pygmies. Its purpose is to tackle the socio-economic problems of marginalization, exclusion and the various forms of...

The Centre for Human Rights, based at the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, is both an academic department and a non-governmental organisation. The Centre was established in the Faculty of Law, University of Pretoria, in 1986, as part of domestic efforts against the...

The Community Law Centre, forming part of the Law Faculty at the University of the Western Cape (‘the Centre’), was established in 1990 and works to realise the democratic values and human rights enshrined in South Africa’s Constitution. It is founded on the belief that our...

Department of Sociology, Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique: Eduardo Mondlane University (EMU) was founded in 1962 as the General Studies College of Mozambique. In 1968 it rose to the rank of University and was then called the University of Lourenço Marques (ULM). While...

Established in 1947, the International Bar Association (IBA) is the world’s leading organisation of international legal practitioners, bar associations and law societies. The IBA influences the development of...

The Law Society of Zimbabwe (LSZ) is a statutory body regulating the practice of law by registered legal practitioners in Zimbabwe. It is autonomous and is the body by which the legal profession in Zimbabwe self regulates. With an independent legal profession, the LSZ...

The society is an umbrella organization of all lawyers in Malawi and it is a membership organization. To be a member one pays an annual subscription of MK250,000.00 (two hundred and fifty thousand kwacha).The society operates a full secretariat that has a legal resource...

'Disability Rights Module, Legal Aid Clinic and Community Engagement Activities'. Persons With Disabilities (PWDs) are historically a disadvantaged group. Despite the fact that nearly a million people are living with disabilities in Zimbabwe, they continue to suffer severe...

International criminal law (ICL) has developed rapidly in the past decade with an exponential increase in interest in ICL in Africa.  Much of the discourse around ICL has excluded African scholars. Bearing in mind the increased role ICL has played in Africa, and the...

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