Justice Africa was founded as an advocacy organisation and res- earch institute in 1999, dedicated to campaigning for human rights and social justice across Africa, and initiating and supporting civil society activities promoting democracy and peace. Justice Africa seeks to give a voice to those affected by conflict and marginalised… READ MORE
Justice Africa was founded in London in 1999 by four longstanding advocates for peace and human rights – Tajudeen Abdul-Raheem, Yoanes Ajawin, Paulos Tesfagiorgis and Alex de Waal, to undertake research into the underlying causes of human rights violations and to campaign for policy changes. It established an innovative… READ MORE
Over the years, Justice Africa has worked with – and continues to work with – a large number of partner organisations across the continent, ranging from small local civil society groups in South Sudan, to large scale pan-African initiatives. We seek out like-minded partners to work with and support in a variety of different capacities.
We also support our partners with their advocacy efforts by sharing news of their activities and advocacy statements, alongside our own.
Please see our Activities page.