CMJA Conference Dar-Es-Salaam
24th - 28th September 2017
“Building an effective, accountable and inclusive judiciary”
Over the last century, Dar-es-Salaam has transformed from a small Zaramo fishing village in the 19th century along a natural harbour of the Indian Ocean into a thriving is a multicultural city. It is the largest city in Tanzania and the largest city in eastern Africa by population, as well as a regionally important economic centre. The town blends African, Indian and Arab influences to create a unique culture. From its Arabic name (Dar-es-Salaam means “haven of peace”), the city later became the capital of the nascent country of Tanganyika (now Tanzania). Following Tanzanian independence in 1961, the country’s capital eventually moved inland to Dodoma, but Dar- es-Salaam still remains Tanzania’s largest city, and it’s most prominent commercial and cultural hub.
An invitation from the Hon. Chief Justice of Tanzania
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For those wishing to travel to Arusha, Kilimajaro , the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti, the CMJA has negotiated with Leopard Tours preferential rates for Delegates of the CMJA Conference who wish to go on pre/post conference Safari Tours whilst in Tanzania. These discounts vary per tour/excursion (full prices are shown in the Leopard Tours Suggested Itineraries).
CMJA Delegates discounted prices can be obtained direct from Leopard Tours, Captoline Anney, email: firstname.lastname@example.org quoting “CMJA”. All bookings and payments must be made direct with Leopard Tours.