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Afro-Asian Association for Justice Development

We Promote Justice Reforms We Promote Police Reforms We Are Afro-Asians
The Afro-Asian Association for Justice Development (AAAJD) is a partnership of two nongovernmental organizations on police and justice reform working in the continents of Africa and Asia.

To advance justice in public safety, gender rights, election systems, and governance from a multicultural perspective and a south-south approach.

Conferences- To be Announced

The Institute for Development and Communication (IDC) is a premier autonomous research, training and evaluation organisation of North-West of India.

CLEEN Foundation promote public safety, security and accessible justice through the strategies of empirical research, legislative advocacy, demonstration programmes and publications, in partnership with government, civil society and the private sector.

The Peace, Conflict Resolution and Policing is functioning within a broad context of the changed character of nation-states, the consolidation of
democracy, questions of migration throughout the region, security sector reforms with special reference to policing, post-conflict management and reintegration.

 Our Work Areasx

Police Reforms

In this field, AAAJD caries forward the work of the Altus Global Alliance of which the two member organizations CLEEN and IDC were founding members. Within police reforms, there is a thrust to make police stations citizen-centered.

Gender rights and gender-based violence (GBV)

Inequalities and adverse social positioning on the basis of gender mark all societies. In multi-cultural societies competing claims of gender, cultural identity and individual rights seek accommodation in existing social relations with States increasingly committed to human rights.

Governance reforms in post-colonial societies

In post-colonial countries of Africa and Asia, governance has been a prisoner of the colonial distrust in the citizen-government exchange. The interaction of the State vis-à-vis citizens continues to remain divergent, even antagonistic, in terms of realisation of the claims, entitlements and the basic rights..