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Dear friends, 

The fight against impunity can sometimes seem so long and arduous that we may question its utility altogether.

TRIAL International has chosen action over resignation, and believes in a world where impunity for international crimes is no longer tolerated. We refuse to accept that pain, violence and injustice are the inevitable lot of humanity.

Every step forward – no matter how small – reinforces this belief, be it the UN’s firm answer to Morocco’s excuses, the United Kingdom’s efforts to convict a torturer, or the work of our colleagues among victims in DRC.

Thank you for your support and your loyalty.

Philip Grant



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