Event: Justice for Breakfast roundtable on Transitional Justice and Criminal Justice Reform

jfb-1-aprilSave the Date: Justice for Breakfast 2015
Judging the Judging: Transitional justice and criminal justice reform
When: Wednesday, 2 September 2015 from 8 – 10.30 am (breakfast will be served)
Where: Jacobs Area, Albert and Bert Wessels Building
Wits School of Governance, 2 St David’s Place, Parktown
RSVP: events.wsg@wits.ac.za or 011 717 5678

About Justice for Breakfast 2015

This year the Justice for Breakfast will be offered in a series of 4 breakfast roundtables over the course of 2015 with stakeholders from the Justice, Crime Prevention and Security cluster of
departments, civil society stakeholders and academics.

The intention of this series will be to put the spotlight on the various links in the criminal justice chain. Here key issues and solutions for policing, remand detention, courts, and corrections will be considered.

The series will coalesce around the spirit of the NDP, and there will be a concerted effort to move beyond the problematizing of issues to a solutions focus.
Our expectation is that this process will open up possibilities, and through the roundtable format, in a trusted space, to build on the ideas of the NDP with practical ‘how to’ ideas.

The third roundtable will look at transitional justice and criminal justice reform. A more detailed concept note will follow.

We look forward to welcoming you to a robust exchange.

Catherine MoatWits School of Governance
Head: Public Safety Programme
Wits School of Governance

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Nooshin Erfani-Ghadimi
Project Coordinator
Wits Justice Project

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About witsjusticeproject
The Wits Justice Project combines journalism, advocacy, law and education to make the criminal justice system work better for all.

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