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International Justice Day: one cause, multiple ways
15.07.2020 - (Last modified: 13.07.2020)
A message from Daniel Bolomey, President of TRIAL International On 17 July 1998, the Rome Statute, the foundi...
Universal jurisdiction: why international crimes must not be prosecuted as terrorism
An op-ed by Valerie Paulet The fight against terrorism has become a political priority for many governments, and p...
How many victims are still waiting for justice to be done?
22.06.2020 - (Last modified: 18.06.2020)
Bosnia & Herzegovina
A message from Selma Korjenic, Head of the Bosnia and Herzegovina program Dear friends, I am writing to you from TRI...
"TRIAL's professionalism is crucial for victims to trust its staff"
Robert Bachmann is a Human Security Advisor at the Swiss Embassy in Kinshasa (DRC). In the framework of Switzerland’s co...
Urgent appeal: victims need your support!
A message from Philip Grant, Executive Director Dear friends, In the last few weeks, our everyday life has...
Together, let’s fight for more justice in Kasaï!
19.02.2020 - (Last modified: 09.04.2020)
Democratic Republic of the Congo
A message from Daniele Perissi, Head of Great Lakes Program Dear friends, How can a country lift itself o...
Complementarity is the future of NGOs in the fight against impunity
10.02.2020 - (Last modified: 19.02.2020)
An op-ed by Philip Grant In the fight against impunity, NGOs have a fundamentally different, and often complementary r...
“Concerted action between local networks and TRIAL International is a great and sustain...
Portraits of volunteers #7 Since 2018, twelve volunteers have taken on the specific mission of translating TRIAL Inte...
“Today many people around me know TRIAL”
Portraits of volunteers #6 Since 2018, twelve volunteers have taken on the specific mission of translating TRIAL Intern...
The Gambia: The ear of Banjul
Silvia Lorenzi is a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist in Banjul, The Gambia’s capital. She has been working with...
Sonja Maeder Morvant: "The politicization of criminal cases can happen anywhere"
Sonja Maeder-Morvant joined the Committee of TRIAL International in May 2019. An attorney-at-law at the Geneva Bar, she...
Crisis in Burundi: justice is still achievable!
An op-ed by Pamela Capizzi Withdrawal from the International Criminal Court, refusal to collaborate with the UN, polit...
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