Programmes

This covers the category of lectures, round-tables and podcasts

South Africa’s Elections and the Evolution of the People’s Choice

Preamble The recent regime change in South Africa, a country which practices constitutional democracy across the national, provincial and local tiers of government (each with its own executive and legislative arm; alongside and independent judiciary), generated a lot of interests based on the perceived need for a political change; which some commentators consider as necessary…

African Union and Transitional Justice: Healing the Past and Restoring Human Dignity

Book: African Union and Transitional Justice: Healing the Past and Restoring Human Dignity Editor: Prof. Tim Murithi, Head, Peacebuilding Interventions, Institute for Justice & Reconciliation, Cape Town, South Africa Discussant: Munini Mutuku, Principal Programme Officer, National Cohesion & Integration Commission, Nairobi, Kenya Discussant: Shingirai Mtero, PhD, Postdoctoral Researcher, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala, Sweden Discussant: Patrick Hajayandi, Senior Project Leader, Peacebuilding Interventions Programme, Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, Cape…

Customary Justice in South Sudan; Toward Victim-Centered Change; & Diverse Pathways to People-Centred Justice

Reports: Customary Justice in South Sudan; Toward Victim-Centered Change; & Diverse Pathways to People-Centred Justice Presenter: Agatha Ndonga, Head of Program – outh Sudan, International Centre for Transitional Justice. Discussant: Michael James Warren, Customary and Informal Justice Advisor, International Development Law Organization Discussant: Roger Duthie, Senior Expert – Research, International Centre for Transitional Justice Video link: https://youtu.be/rVT0pOkM9i8?si=Uy0P3qMQfliBX-jr

Iwalewa Olorunyomi

Iwalewa Olorunyomi is a multi-diverse scholar, researcher, and editor who is particularly fascinated by the intersections of spaces, narrative, cultural studies, and futures. This fascination has led her to explore the multidimensional identities and spatial practices of African and African diasporic communities in her research. She holds a B.A. in English Language from the University…