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The many challenges of transitional justice 


Dear friends, 

our first newsletter of 2020 is the bearer of alarming news. Human rights violations continue in Burundi and transitional justice sometimes fails to materialize: Nepal is stuck in a political deadlock and the former president of The Gambia seems to be maneuvering to evade justice.

However, we firmly believe the prosecution of international crimes is primarily a matter of willingness, and that legal avenues exist to punish present and past atrocities. With your continuing support, we can advance this cause and make a difference in the lives of victims. Thank you!

Wishing you a pleasant read,

The TRIAL International team





The Gambia

No return without legal proceedings for Yahya Jammeh  


The former Gambian President seems to be preparing the ground for a return to The Gambia. However, Jammeh should not enjoy immunity from international law.

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Political deadlock: what is going on?


Since early January, the Nepali political scene has been more paralyzed than ever on the subject of transitional justice. Here is all you need to know. 

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An alarming report 


A research body published a report exposing the drivers of human rights violations in the country entitled “A Facade of Peace in a Land of Fear”

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Universal Jurisdiction

Prosecuting international crimes: the example of Norway  


Open Society Justice Initiative and TRIAL International analyzed domestic laws and practices relating to universal jurisdiction. The latest report on Norway is out !

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