Benchmarking the Role of African Youth in Transitional Justice Processes

Benchmarking the Role of African Youth in Transitional Justice Processes

The increasing role of African youth in political transformations and conflicts in the African continent is inevitably linked to the demographic reality that Africa is a continent of the Youth. This increasing role is also attributable to the capacity of mass mobilisation through new technology of information and communication, notably social media. This report examines approaches for including young people in the design and implementation of transitional justice processes in Africa.

 

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