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Is The Gambia ready to confront its past?
Bringing an end to more than 20 years of authoritarian rule is a delicate process, as victims and perpetrators are somet...
Sexual violence: The courage to testify
Bosnia & Herzegovina
Last spring, Selma Korjenić, Head of the Bosnia and Herzegovina program, traveled to Athens with a rape survivor support...
The Anti Human Rights initiative: What are we talking about?
22.11.2018 - (Last modified: 20.12.2018)
In less than a week, the Swiss people will have decided. But what exactly? “Swiss law instead of foreign judges...
Sexual violence: the hidden face of the Burundian crisis
20.11.2018 - (Last modified: 20.12.2018)
Uta Simon recently served as gender advisor and investigator of sexual and gender-based violence on the UN Commission of...
Between discrimination and empowerment: testimony of a human rights defender in DRC
10.10.2018 - (Last modified: 20.12.2018)
Democratic Republic of the Congo
What does it mean to be a woman in the Democratic Republic of Congo? What does everyday life of a human rights defender...
Prosecutors on the Front Line: A Q&A with Terry Beitner of the Canadian War Crimes Unit
02.10.2018 - (Last modified: 20.12.2018)
In partnership with the Philip Kirsch Institute and the Canadian Centre for International Justice. Joseph Rikhof is the...
Commission of Inquiry on Burundi: 4 questions to understand its conclusions
13.09.2018 - (Last modified: 19.12.2018)
On 5 September 2018, the UN Commission of Inquiry on Burundi (CoI) released its second – and possibly final –...
Dare to dream: how NGOs inspire the fight against impunity
09.08.2018 - (Last modified: 19.12.2018)
Thomas Unger joined the Board of TRIAL International in May 2018. A lecturer at the Geneva Academy, he has over 15 years...
Sarita Sharma: a family torn by war
24.07.2018 - (Last modified: 19.12.2018)
In April 2018, the United Nations recognized the arbitrary detention of Nepali citizen Sarita Sharma. Helena Rodríguez-B...
“Resistance vis-à-vis transitional justice is normal”
19.07.2018 - (Last modified: 19.12.2018)
Dr. Briony Jones is an Associate Professor in International Development at the University of Warwick (United Kingdom), a...
Civil society is the cornerstone of international justice
16.07.2018 - (Last modified: 19.12.2018)
Today marks 20 years since the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) was adopted. The ICC receives sign...
International justice: a last resort for some, troubles for others
The conviction of Eshetu Alemu last December for war crimes has brought to light the opportunities offered to victims of...
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