“Good laws are a vital development driver for Africa. They build business confidence, strengthen democracy and provide long term stability for a country. The Africa Justice Foundation is at the forefront of work in this critical area and is supporting a growing list of countries including Ethiopia, Ghana, Sierra Leone and Rwanda”
7th October 2012
The Africa Justice Foundation’s (AJF) mission is to build legal capacity in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors through education and professional skills training implemented via partnerships with governments, academic institutions, Bar associations, and legal bodies in sub-Saharan Africa.
We aim to contribute to the development of robust, stable and predictable legal systems that meet the needs of both the citizens of those countries and the regional and globally competitive environments of which they are a part.
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The Africa Justice Foundation is pleased to announce that that it has been awarded Charity of the Year at the 2014 African Enterprise Awards.
We would like to personally thank Association For African Owned Enterprises for the nomination and achievement.
Please find a link to our award listed here.
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I am delighted that Africa Justice Foundation’s recent lecture and reception, which took place on 25 November, proved to be such an interesting and engaging evening.
The Africa Justice Foundation has been receiving positive responses from our letter calling for the Rule of Law in the Post 2015 Agenda and SDGs.
Please find a copy of our letter below: