Fourth African Transitional Justice Forum: Panel on the Future of Transitional Justice After COVID-19

Fourth African Transitional Justice Forum: Panel on the Future of Transitional Justice After COVID-19

On 26–28 October 2020, the African Union Commission Department of Political Affairs and CSVR hosted the fourth African Transitional Justice Forum. An inaugural online version of the Forum, the three-day conference addressed the state of transitional justice on the continent, specifically its contribution to the AU's 2020 theme of the year, "Silencing the Guns," amid the challenges and opportunities presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. The Forum panels focused on development, violent extremism, victims' experiences and fundraising in relation to African-led transitional justice.

Panel 4: The Future of Transitional Justice Post-COVID-19 in Africa: Opportunities, Challenges and Strategies for African-Led and Funded Transitional Justice Processes

Moderator: Annah Moyo, CSVR
Speakers:
Brian Kagoro, Pan-Africanist practitioner
Makmid Kamara, Africa Transitional Justice Legacy Fund
Masego Madzwamuse, Southern Africa Trust

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