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No boundaries for the fight against impunity

Dear friends,

Despite being the shortest month of the year, February was not the dullest. TRIAL International supported the launch of a new local structure operating in Nepal: the Human Rights and Justice Centre (HRJC). The International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers brought under the spotlight issues caused by this practice. In addition, Doctor Denis Mukwege gave us his insights as he looked back on the Kavumu case. 

Last but not least, in partnership with the International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH), TRIAL International has the pleasure to present the projection of the movie The Silence of Others and the ensuing debate on the memory of international crimes. We hope you will join us for this special event on 15 March. 

TRIAL International's commitment to fight impunity, together with your support, raises hope for justice everywhere.

Thank you, 

The TRIAL International team 



HRJC: an innovative and participative approach  


The HRJC aims to improve access to justice for Nepalese victims of human rights violations.

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Kavumu case: the challenges are not over yet 


Doctor Mukwege and his team will now ensure follow-up for victims while raising awareness amongst the population. 

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Former child soldier speaks out for human rights 


After experiencing war and humiliation, he is now advocating for justice and reparations for all child soldiers. 

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How did TRIAL International come about?


Activist at heart, Philip Grant, founder of TRIAL International, explains how the adventure started.

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