ICTJ InFocus November 2017
In Focus ›
Can the UN’s New Mission in Haiti Work with Activists to Challenge Impunity? Last month, the United Nations established a new mission in Haiti, focused on strengthening rule of law institutions and human rights reporting. Can it work with activists to challenge impunity? We sat down with Isabelle Clérié, a Haitian civil society organizer, to talk about the mission, what it can accomplish, and how the past is understood in the country. Read More ›
ICTJ Course Examines the Place for Justice in Peace Negotiations From Syria to Colombia and beyond, how do societies navigate the pursuit of justice in peace processes? That question animated ICTJ’s annual Intensive Course on Transitional Justice and Peace Processes, which this month gathered 31 participants from nearly 20 countries in Barcelona to discuss the place of justice in negotiations to end conflict. Go behind-the-scenes with our instructors and participants. Read More ›
Amid Ethnic Cleansing in Myanmar, Where Does Transitional Justice Stand? During the past month, over 400,000 members of Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslim community have been driven from their homes as part of an ethnic cleansing campaign led by the military. What lies at the root of the current violence, how is it connected to political transition, and does transitional justice have a role to play? ICTJ’s Anna Myriam Roccatello answers those questions and more. Read More ›
Upcoming Events ›
December 07 – 09, 2017 Present Past: Time, Memory, and the Negotiation of Historical Justice › Location: Columbia University, New York City
January 13, 2018 Assessing the Political, Social, and Economic Impact of Prosecutions for International Crimes in Transitioning Societies › Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka
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