Justice Africa has a strong and growing component of education, research and publishing. Through the publications links, you can access publications created by past and current staff and board members who have worked with Justice Africa.
“While many groups receive more limelight for their analysis, advocacy and research…it is Justice Africa that consistently provides some of the more insightful ‘on-the-ground’ coverage of the Motherland, and all from a Pan-Africanist worldview.”
With the outbreak of fighting between SPLA forces loyal to the President and those supporting the former-Vice President in December 2013, the bases of the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) were some of the first places that civilians fled, running from violence more abrupt and extreme than many people could have predicted.
The mass coverage of rape and other-related offenses since the start of South Sudan’s newest conflict on 15 December 2013 has highlighted the horrific scale of civilian abuse in the country, shedding a much needed gender perspective onto violence dynamics.
S. SUDAN DIALOGUES
A collection of contemporary pieces written by Justice Africa board and staff members that reflect..
SOUTH SUDAN PAPERS
A collection of papers and reports that analyse and evaluate issues related to justice, economy and… READ MORE
AFRICAN ISSUE PAPERS
A collection of papers that address pressing issues of concern in countries or regions across…
Justice Africa has published a number of books documenting issues affecting the continent.
The authors of these books provide unique perspectives, having first hand experience of these regions and the political, social and economic dynamics at work.