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Led by Editor-In-Chief Thierry Cruvelier, who has covered crimes against humanity for more than 20 years, JusticeInfo.net is the only global media focused soley on social justice run by specialized journalists. Justice Info provides specialized coverage of international criminal justice, transitional justice and climate related litigation. Info Justice is committed to producing rigorous, independent, and exclusive information in conflict and post-conflict countries around the world.

The Justice Info project combines the production of editorial content with the training of local journalists, and actively contributes to the dialogue on justice issues related with widespread crimes. It participates in, or organizes forums, that help bring expertise and field reporting into national and international discussions. It is closely monitoring a new wave of activism that is mobilizing indigenous people and city dwellers alike. This movement aims to address state and corporate accountability before national and regional courts, using United Nations mechanisms and, possibly soon, international tribunals such as the International Criminal Court (ICC).


News from JusticeInfo.net

December 11, 2019

U.N. Madrid Climate Summit Ends in Failure

This week, the 25th Conference of Parties, or “COP25”, begins in Madrid. Until December 13th, the 196 State Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change will be discussing the challenges of climate change mitigation and adaptation. Their priority: find ways to reverse a greenhouse emissions curve that continues to rise.
November 15, 2019

Our media in the Sahel: Special co-production on migration

Studio Tamani (Mali) and Studio Kalangou (Niger), Fondation Hirondelle's projects in the Sahel, and radio Fitila de Gao in Mali have joined forces for the first time to co-produce a dialogue programme on the theme of "Irregular migration to Europe: causes, consequences and solutions".
July 25, 2019

In the Central African Republic, the environment is threatened by Chinese mining operations

The population of Nola in Sangha-Mbaéré has difficulty working on the Kadéï, Mambéré and Sangha rivers. The exploitation of gold and diamonds by Chinese companies creates enormous ecological, economic and shipping problems. The local population is concerned.
 

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