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Compensation for victims of war crimes is possible, as four recent examples in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) have shown....
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TRIAL International at the 2021 FIFDH

02.03.2021 - (Last modified: 03.03.2021)
For the second consecutive year, the International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) will be entirely virt...
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It has been 14 years since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Accord which formally ended the armed conflict. Howeve...
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Why do so few victims in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) receive reparations even as the number of conviction...
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DRC: three militiamen convicted in Kalehe

07.09.2020 - (Last modified: 08.09.2020)
On 22 August 2020 three members of a militia in South Kivu were convicted by the Bukavu military tribunal. Bitale Leonar...
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How many victims are still waiting for justice to be done?

22.06.2020 - (Last modified: 18.06.2020)
A message from Selma Korjenic, Head of the Bosnia and Herzegovina program Dear friends, I am writing to you from TRI...
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The 19 June marks the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict. This day is a reminder that...
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Convicted last year for the rape of a woman during the war, the perpetrator has paid the compensation awarded to the sur...
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A message from Selma Korjenic, Head of Bosnia and Herzegovina Program Dear friends,  I am writing to you from Bosnia...
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TRIAL International and Yale Law School’s Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic submitted a General Allegation to...
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The case of seven women whose rapists were convicted in 2011 epitomizes the gap between a guilty verdict and truly satisfying, restorative justice. In the summer of 2009, the Congolese army launched “Operation Kimia II” in South Kivu, aiming to track down members of the non-state armed group FDLR. An army battalion was deployed in the town of Mulenge and by mid- A...
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