Tajudeen Abdul-Raheem (1961–2009) was a Rhodes scholar and obtained his DPhil in politics from Oxford University. In 1990 he became coordinator of the Africa Research and Information Bureau and the founding editor of Africa World Review. He co-founded and led Justice Africa's work, becoming its executive director in 2004, and combined this with his role as general secretary of the Pan-African Movement. He was chair of the Centre for Democracy and Development and of the Pan-African Development Education and Advocacy Programme in Uganda and became the UN Millennium Development Campaign's deputy director in 2006.
His weekly 'Pan-African Postcard' was published regularly in Pambazuka News and in several African newspapers. In 2009 he was named 'African Personality of the Year' by The Daily Trust in Abuja.