Webinar: COVID-19 restrictions and the impact on criminal justice and human rights, Zambia (12 October 2022)

ACJR, Ubuntu Justice Initiative, and the Zambian Law Development Commission (ZLDC) hereby cordially invite you to a webinar to discuss the findings emanating from the stakeholder engagement in Zambia and to deliberate on recommendations for handling similar future public health crises.
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Dear Colleague

In December 2021, Africa Criminal Justice Reform (ACJR), Ubuntu Justice Initiative, and the Zambian Law Development Commission (ZLDC) hosted a stakeholder engagement workshop in Lusaka, Zambia on the socio-economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the criminal justice system.

The workshop report on Zambia was launched in July 2022 as part of a compendium report titled “COVID-19 restrictions and the impact on criminal justice and human rights - findings from five African countries”.

ACJR, Ubuntu Justice Initiative, and the ZLDC hereby cordially invites you to a webinar to discuss the findings emanating from the stakeholder engagement in Zambia and to deliberate on recommendations for handling similar future public health crisis.

Facilitator:

Rumbidzai Mutasa (Ubuntu Justice Initiative)

Panellists:

  • Kristen Petersen (ACJR)
  • Janelle Mangwanda (ACJR)
  • Hope Chanda (ZLDC)

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ACJR, Ubuntu Justice Initiative, and the ZLDC wish to acknowledge the Open Society Foundations and the Sigrid Rausing Trust for making the research and webinar possible.

 

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