Sharon Nakandha, from Uganda, is an Aryeh Neier Fellow with the Open Society Justice Initiative focusing on international justice.
She particularly works on researching and assessing developments in this field, trial monitoring, and liaising with other NGOs working on international justice issues at national and international level.
In this interview with Thinking Africa, she stresses the importance of victims’ social needs and economic assistance within the justice processes.Some verbatims from the interview.
On the challenge they face :
On the need for victims’ assistance :
On the lack of citizen’s trust in international justice processes :