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ICTJ ICTJ In Focus 72
September 2017

In Focus


Divided by Years of Conflict, Sri Lankans Have Yet to See the Promise of Justice Fulfilled Divided by Years of Conflict, Sri Lankans Have Yet to See the Promise of Justice FulfilledWhere does transitional justice stand in Sri Lanka? Kelli Muddell, Director of ICTJ’s Gender Justice Program, explores the country’s contested historical narratives.

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Is the United States Ready for a Truth-Telling Process?Is the United States Ready for a Truth-Telling Process?Fania Davis thinks the time has come for a truth-telling process about racial injustice in the United States, and she is working to make it a reality. We sat down with her and her colleague, Jodie Geddes, to discuss their vision for a national process, what they hope it would achieve, and what they have learned from their conversations with local leaders so far.

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Two Judgments in Chile Mark Progress in Prosecuting State Agents for Enforced Disappearances    Two Judgments in Chile Mark Progress in Prosecuting State Agents for Enforced DisappearancesChile has shown slow but steady progress on ​criminal justice​​. Two recent court decisions convicted a total of 139 ​state ​agents for their roles in the enforced disappearances of 21 Chileans. The rulings – one handed down by the Supreme Court, the other by a first instance judge – highlight the growing momentum towards obtaining justice for victims of the 1973-1990 dictatorship​.​

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When No One Calls It Rape: Addressing Sexual Violence Against Men and Boys

Sexual violence against men and boys in times of conflict or repression is alarmingly common— and takes a markedly consistent form across contexts in terms of how it affects victims and societies as a human rights violation that is taboo to talk about. It has been committed in all cultures, geographic regions, and time periods.

Handbook on Complementarity

Where should justice for some of the world’s worst crimes be done? In national courts or at the International Criminal Court in The Hague? Our Handbook on Complementarity explores those questions, laying out the interconnected relationship between the ICC and national court systems in the global fight against impunity.

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October 09 – 13, 2017

Negotiating Peace and Justice: ICTJ’s 2017 Intensive Course on Transitional Justice and Peace ProcessesLocation: Barcelona, SpainView Details

November 07 – 08, 2017

The Interface of National Security and Humanitarian Law in Situations of Low-Intensity Armed Conflict / High Intensity EmergencyLocation: Ulster University, Jordanstown campus View Details

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