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Women Empowerment Magazine Issue 1

In order to keep you informed on the working of each of our teams the Centre for African Justice proudly now presently a quarterly magazine per team.

This is the first issue from the Women Empowerment Team Issue 1.

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Capacity Magazine Issue 1 vol 2

In order to keep you informed on the working of each of our teams the Centre for African Justice proudly now presently a quarterly magazine per team.

This is the first issue from the Capacity Building Team. Inside, read more about international justice, about the ICC, impunity and introducing our new guest writer feature in which external new writers can showcase their work in our magazine.

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Issue 1 (Centre for African Justice Magazine)

In order to keep you informed on the working of each of our teams the Centre for African Justice proudly now presently a quarterly magazine per team.

This first edition (Issue 1) focuses on our Right to Education department, their goals towards providing clean sanitation to schools in disadvantaged areas, and how we got involved in World Toilet Day. 

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Other Resources

Programme for Symposium 11

Symposium on Sexual Violence : The male perspective organised by Centre for African Justice, Peace and Human Rights.

 

Men and Boys as Hidden Victims of Sexual Violence

A conversation on sexual violence perpetrated against the Male gender organised by Centre for African Justice, Peace and Human Rights. Guest blog by Sophia Ugwu (LLM’15 Erasmus University Rotterdam) and Ruth Osaretin Ogbewekon (LLB ’17 Riara University; LLM ’18, Harvard University)

 

Consequences of sexual violence against men and boysThe Health Consequences of Sexual Violence Against Men and Boys

Presentation by Dr Prisca Zwanikken at the Symposium on sexual violence perpetrated against the male gender organized by Centre for African Justice Peace and Human Rights, in the Hague, The Netherlands, on 31 January 2018.

Testimonial of Faustin Kayihura

Presentation made by Anne-Marie de Brouwer at the Symposium on sexual violence perpetrated against the male gender organised by Centre for African Justice Peace and Human Rights, in The Hague, The Netherlands, on 31 January 2018.

Prosecuting sexual violence against men at the International Criminal Court (ICC)Prosecuting sexual violence against men at the International Criminal Court (ICC).

Presentation by H.E. JUDGE JOYCE ALUOCH at the Symposium on sexual violence perpetrated against the male gender organised by Centre for African Justice Peace and Human Rights , in the Hague, The Netherlands, on 31 January 2018.

Presentation on sexual violent

Legal provision for sexual violence against the male gender in Nigerian Criminal law and existing stereotypical ideologies affecting male victims.

A Presentation by Ambassador Oji Nyimenuate Ngofa at a Symposium organised by Centre for African Justice Peace and Human rights in the Netherlands.

Testimonial of Mr Kenechukwu Okenyi

Testimonial of Mr. Kenechukwu Okenyi.

Presented by Mr. Kenechukwu Okenyi, on the request of Centre for African Justice Peace and Human Rights at the 2018 EMR1 WIM Conference in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

                                 Sexual Violence – The Male Perspective

Presentation by the members of Centre for African Justice, Peace and Human Rights, Feminists of Maastricht, We Care, The Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to the Kingdom of the Netherlands, H.E. Ms. Mirsada Ĉolaković, Mr. Kazi Russel Pervez (Counsellor of The Embassy of Bangladesh, The Hague), Ms Rachel Ploem (Rutgers, SRHR and Gender Adviser), Ms Gloria Atiba Davis (Head of the Gender and Children Unit (GCU), Office of the Prosecutor, International Criminal Court) at the Maastricht University Symposium on Sexual Violence.

Annual and Financial Report

CAJPHR Annual Report 2019

Annual Report presented by Centre for African Justice Peace and Human Rights ,The Netherlands. This report details all the latest information to the existing status of our projects and achievements.

CAJPHR Financial Report from 2017-2018

Financial Report presented by Centre for African Justice Peace and Human Rights ,The Netherlands. This report details all of the costs and expenditures of the organisation between the years 2017-2018.