About The Attorney General Alliance Africa Partnership
The Attorney General Alliance Africa Partnership, established in 2016, seeks to establish and foster robust relationships with justice and law enforcement agencies and officials throughout Africa to support the rule of law and combat transnational criminal activity. The Attorney General Alliance Africa Partnership collaborates with African Ministries of Justice, Attorneys General, Solicitors General, and Public Prosecution agencies to share knowledge and experience in the fight against crimes like human trafficking, corruption, money laundering, and cyber crime and other cross border criminal activity. The Attorney General Alliance Africa Partnership is currently working with justice and law enforcement officials in Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa and Zambia, and seeks to establish more relationships throughout Africa.
The Attorney General Alliance Africa Partnership hosted the first multinational meeting of African Ministers of Justice and Attorneys General with AGA Attorneys General, following the AGA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, California, August 2-3, 2017, to explore programming in support of the Rule of Law at home and abroad. The conference was an opportunity to build relationships, share knowledge and plot a way forward to collaborate on issues of mutual concern, including human trafficking, cybercrime and other transnational crimes.