Journalists For Justice (JFJ) seeks to promote robust and balanced discourses on international criminal justice in general and the International Criminal Court in particular. In the Burundi situation, JFJ seeks to fill the gaps left by exiled journalists. JFJ produces and publishes quality journalism that is professional, independent and impartial, respecting the principles of internationally recognized ethics, such as the Bordeaux Code.
Intahe covers topics such as:
- the International Criminal Court,
- national investigations and proceedings that relate to crimes for which the ICC has jurisdiction,
- serious violations of human rights,
- the situation of the victims, the voice of the victims, reparations for the victims,
- the politics around the ICC.
JFJ’s website, www.jfjustice.net, is aimed at a pan-African audience. Intahe is primarily addressed to the Burundian public. As we would like to publish some of the content on www.jfjustice.net too, we encourage our contributors to write their articles in a contextual way that allows non-Burundians to understand them too.
This project is run by Journalists for Justice and supported through collaboration with the International Justice Programme of the Kenyan Section of the International Commission of Jurists.