Nangamso Kwinana

Justice and Freedom activist based in South Africa. She has a background in national and international political strategy.
Crafting a Lasting, Global Legacy for George Floyd

Crafting a Lasting, Global Legacy for George Floyd

This moment is a fitting one to consolidate a body of work by activists, academics, and other civil society organisations into an international instrument capturing our shared commitment to finally eradicating police brutality everywhere. But are resolutions and debates are an adequate and constructive response to the global outcry? The time and resources of the African Union would be better spent consolidating work into a binding standard against which all states should be monitored and evaluated.

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