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Crimes against humanity in Burundi: what now?
The United Nations Commission of Inquiry reckoned that crimes against humanity had been committed in Burundi since 2015....
Burundi: Open letter to the Human Rights Council
To Permanent Representatives of Members and Observer States of the UN Human Rights Council: Renewing the Mandate of the...
Nepal: Former child soldiers shunned from transitional justice process
Over 3’000 minors were forcibly recruited during the civil war. Twenty years later, they are still excluded from Nepal’s...
“We live in permanent fear”: Burundians’ daily ordeal
Alice (real name withheld) lives in Bujumbura, the capital of Burundi. Despite the government’s assertions that the coun...
The ICC is proof of civil society’s leverage
The International Criminal Court (ICC) celebrates its 15 years of existence. But without a strong network of non-governm...
Victims of torture: scarred for life
The International Day in Support of Victims of Torture reminds us that this crime destroys entire lives. How can someone...
Preventing sexual violence through justice and deterrence
On the International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, the international community reiterates the...
Abdennacer Naït-Liman: from Ben Ali’s jails to the European Court of Human Rights
Abdennacer Naït-Liman has been through hell in Tunisian prisons. His torturers have never been convicted. On 14 June, TR...
Burundi before the ICC: is the complementarity assessment satisfied?
In a Communication to the International Criminal Court (ICC), TRIAL argues that Burundi is failing to investigate and pu...
BiH: How TRIAL brings about real change for victims
Bosnia & Herzegovina
TRIAL International has secured 12 positive decisions from the UN Human Rights Committee (HRC). But the battle for their...
The case of Maina Sunuwar proves justice is achievable
The murdered teenager was a symbol of military impunity. Now that her killers have been convicted, she could become a fi...
2017 General Assembly framework documents
13.04.2017 - (Last modified: 26.04.2017)
The members of TRIAL International are invited to its General Assembly, thereby contributing to shaping the organization...
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