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Public Statement A mere 24 months after their launch, the transitional justice (TJ) mechanisms of Nepal faced closing d...
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A TRIAL International report compiles wartime survivor testimonies on compensation, emphasizing the need for a more incl...
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«Too many victims are unaware of their rights»

31.10.2016 - (Last modified: 27.02.2017)
Tej Bahadur Bhandari was forcibly disappeared in 2001. His son, Ram Bhandari, has never given up on justice and is now a...
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Despite his acquittal, the trial of Colonel Kumar Lama in the United Kingdom goes to proving the relevance of universal...
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Universal jurisdiction case dismissed against Kumar Lama

07.09.2016 - (Last modified: 03.11.2016)
Nepalese colonel Kumar Lama has been acquitted of the charges of torture he faced in the United Kingdom. On 6 Septemb...
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Nepal: the shapes of impunity

06.09.2016 - (Last modified: 27.02.2017)
“It is forbidden to kill; therefore all murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of tru...
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Enforced Disappearances: didn't we say ‘never again’?

29.08.2016 - (Last modified: 03.11.2016)
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40 years of struggle against enforced disappearances have resulted in meaningful progress, but the phenomenon remains on...
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International justice is necessary but limited

12.07.2016 - (Last modified: 27.02.2017)
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On 17 July, the world will celebrate International Justice Day. But justice on an international level is not the only as...
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Srebrenica denial ruled intolerable

06.07.2016 - (Last modified: 13.07.2016)
For the first time, Switzerland condemned a former far-right politician for denying that the Srebrenica genocide had t...
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UN highlights poor child protection in armed conflict

14.06.2016 - (Last modified: 03.11.2016)
The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child found severe shortcomings in child protection in Nepal. Former c...
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EU Day Against Impunity: Highlights, Progress, Challenges

19.05.2016 - (Last modified: 12.09.2019)
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(The Hague, 19 May 2016) – The European Union (EU) and its member states should make a commitment to further enhance national prosecutions of crimes under international law and human rights violations, six international human rights groups said today. Member states should adopt necessary laws, create specialized war crimes units, and ensure that these units have finan...

Dragoljub Kojic

16.05.2016 - (Last modified: 31.05.2016)
In 1992, Lejla B. (assumed name) left her hometown of Zivinice to join her 19-years old son in Bosanski Samac. Upon arrival, she found that the Army of the Republika Srpska was occupying the town. They had sent her son to a forced labor camp where he was eventually shot on 3 July 1992. On the week of her son’s death, Lejla B. was arrested by three policemen and...
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