Natural Justice is a non-profit organization registered in South Africa. We are committed to transparency and accountability in all aspects of our work and currently operate as a collective of core team members.

Three of our Association members serve on the Coordinating Committee. This Committee aims to provide strategic oversight and specific technical advice concerning, for example, financial management, to the rest of the Association. The current Committee members are Johanna von Braun, Gino Cocchiaro, and Holly Shrumm.

We also have a 3-person Board of Trustees, which provides oversight in accordance with our Constitution. Our 2010-2011, 2009, and 2008 Annual Reports can be downloaded below.



Natural Justice Constitution
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2012-2013 Annual Report
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2011-2012 Annual Report
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2010-2011 Annual Report
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2009 Annual Report
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2008 – 2009 Annual Report
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    Cath Traynor from Natural Justice participated in a Campaign Planning Workshop hosted by Oxfam on 16th -20th March 2015, in Johannesburg, South Africa. Workshop participants included global, regional …

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    Natural Justice: lawyers for communities and the environment; Kenya office are inviting applications for The Africa Community Rights Fellowship. The fellowship offers young lawyers and other engaged p …

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    A rig belonging to Tullow Oil and Africa Oil who recently commenced with exploring oil in Northern Turkana at Lowarengak, while the Mining Bill explicitly excludes application to fossil fuels such as …

  • Kukula Traditional Healers BCP Revision workshop
    Natural Justice together with partners K2C and Wits Rural Facility (WRF), facilitated a BCP revision workshop for the Kukula Traditional Healers (KTH) of Bushbuckridge, South Africa, on 16 – 18th Febr …

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Biocultural Community Protocols: A Toolkit for Community Facilitators
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Images from our work in Africa, Asia, and the Americas
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