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Full steam ahead into 2019!


Dear friends,

2018 ended on a high note for TRIAL International: a commander in the Congolese military and a Bosnian police officer were both convicted of their crimes; Dr Mukwege received the Nobel Peace Prize, shedding light on the scourge of conflict-related sexual violence… Not to mention our end-of-year campaign, which has exceeded all our expectations: thanks to you, we have already raised almost 40’000 CHF. Thank you! 

The new year is already promising to be a busy one, and we need your support to carry out our mission. Each and every one of us has a role to play in the fight against impunity. Together, let us make 2019 a year of engagement, solidarity and justice!  


Best wishes and thank you for your trust,

Philip Grant, Director




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