The Transformative Justice project is a partnership between the Centre for Applied Human Rights at the University of York and other Universities of the UK’s White Rose network (Leeds and Sheffield), and the American University in Cairo.

The project however is also dependent upon a range of other partnerships to ensure that it can address its research agenda. The first of these is the Advisory Board, a group of academics, researchers and practitioners from Egypt, Tunisia, and the region, as well as international figures working in transitional justice and other related areas. The Advisory Board will both aid the conectualisation of transformative justice in Egypt and Tunisia, as well as providing crucial links to a range of stakeholders in the two contexts, from elites to subaltern constituencies.  As we appoint Advisory Board members we will list them here.

Partners will also be developed on the ground, to enable access to groups of the marginalised and excluded in urban and rural areas, and to provide links to the vibrant civil societies in both contexts that are seeking to drive forward the transitional agenda. NGO and other partners in the two contexts arelisted here.