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2019 - The international justice year in photos

2019 - The international justice year in photosThe slideshow can be found a little further down this page
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Justice Info is taking a break from December 23 to January 5. But in the meantime, we bring you ten strong images from 2019.

Gambian ex-dictator Yahya Jammeh’s money, technological innovations, environmental justice, a victory for victims of sexual violence in Congo, a justice campaign in Liberia, the rights of indigenous people, Colombian transitional justice, electoral promises in Tunisia and questions about the ICC Prosecutor’s past. These are some of the things that have marked the year.

And so Justice Info looks back on the big debates and events of the past year, as we prepare to share many more with you in 2020.  

To provide you with more food for thought at this turn of the decade, Justice Info is also publishing a beautiful book of our In-Depth Interviews, “12 Voices on Global Justice”.  

Wishing you all Happy Holidays!

The Justice Info editorial team

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