Conference of Constitutional Jurisdictions of Africa (CCJA)
Conférence des Jurisdictions Constitutionelles Africaines
Decision to create an African Constitutional Justice space adopted Jul 2010, Kampala (Uganda), at 15th session of Conference of Heads of State and Government of D-XD8572 - African Union (AU). Agreement on Headquarters signed Oct 2015.
Bring together, in a common African framework, African jurisdictions responsible for ensuring compliance with the Constitution; promote constitutional justice in Africa; promote solidarity and mutual aid; promote the sharing of experiences and information in constitutional jurisprudence; establish links with the legal community, in particular academia; develop relations of exchange and cooperation worldwide; offer the contribution of Africa at international level in the area of constitutional justice.
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