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What We Do

We will undertake a range of initiatives under each of the under-mentioned themes to promote and engender active and enlightened participation of citizens in the pursuit of reparatory justice, democracy, and good governance.

We work with a wide variety of partners in government, media, and civil society sectors to maximize the value of democratic principles and prudent economic governance systems.

We provide high quality research and post-research interventions, training, coaching, and mentoring. We undertake strategy development and review programmes for small and medium-sized institutions; we lead and collaborate with governance and advocacy initiatives. We also conduct and collaborate on national or regional campaigns and mass enlightenment projects for the advancement of reparatory justice and democratic governance.

Leveraging on Grants, Donations/Contributions, and Consultancies, RI will focus on the following sub-themes:

Reparatory Justice and Healing Initiatives

  • Convene and Curate a series of Learning Tours within and outside of Africa to generate reparatory justice knowledge.
  • Establish and host the Pan-African Reparatory Justice Network.
  • Facilitate initiatives that amplify the intersections of gender justice, climate justice and reparatory justice.
  • Support and partner with new and existing platforms advocating for reparations for historical crimes committed against Africans and People of African Descent.
  • Develop user-friendly information, education, and storytelling materials for the advancement of reparatory and liberatory knowledge.

Media Development and Reform Initiatives

  • Assess and support the development of conventional and new media initiatives in selected African countries.
  • Undertake media development and media for development programmes.
  • Undertake media related work to counter disinformation and misinformation in countries facing elections and/or political transitions.

Human Rights and Democratization Initiatives

  • Strengthening youth and young people’s capacity for democratic engagement.
  • Organize annual “Detoxify Democracy” dialogue series.
  • Conduct surveys as well as qualitative research on “reimagining democracy” in Africa.
  • Engage with transitional justice processes and actors across Africa, to advance TJ efforts.


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