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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...
"I have seen first-hand the importance of justice at the local level"
16.09.2019 - (Last modified: 20.02.2020)
Portraits of volunteers #5 Since 2018, twelve volunteers have taken on the specific mission of translating TRIAL Intern...
Left with no option: the struggle of former Nepalese child soldiers
23.08.2019 - (Last modified: 20.02.2020)
Lenin Bista was born in 1990. In 2002, as civil war raged in Nepal, he joined the Maoist party, thus becoming one of th...
What good is the law, if it does not ensure justice?
Denis von der Weid is the founder and president of the Antenna Foundation, which has been supporting TRIAL Internationa...
The Geneva Conventions, needed now more than ever
An op-ed by Philip Grant, Executive director at TRIAL International On 12 August 2019 we celebrate the 70thanniversary...
“I used to only read TRIAL’s articles. Now, I translate them!"
08.08.2019 - (Last modified: 11.09.2019)
Portraits of volunteers #4 Since 2018, twelve volunteers have taken on the specific mission of translating TRIAL Intern...
“I help popularize topics that deserve greater attention”
24.07.2019 - (Last modified: 11.09.2019)
Portraits of volunteers #3 Since 2018, twelve volunteers have taken on the specific mission of translating TRIAL Intern...
“I support TRIAL’s holistic approach to fighting impunity”
12.07.2019 - (Last modified: 11.09.2019)
Portraits of volunteers #2 Since 2018, twelve volunteers have taken on the specific mission of translating TRIAL Intern...
Unpunished international crimes: how NGOs lead the investigations
10.07.2019 - (Last modified: 22.07.2019)
Emmanuelle Marchand is a Senior Legal Counsel and Investigator for the NGO Civitas Maxima. Like TRIAL International, it...
“Translating for TRIAL improves my skills… all the while supporting a great cause”
08.05.2019 - (Last modified: 11.07.2019)
Portraits of Volunteers #1 [caption id="attachment_18380" align="alignnone" width="1800"] Aleksandra Chlon, volunteer t...
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