Sinopse

The International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) discusses justice and accountability in transitions with leaders in human rights, international justice, rule of law and related fields.

Episódios

  • South Africa: Impunity, Political Interference Emerge Below Veneer of a Celebrated Reconciliation Process

    19/02/2016
  • Apologies for Human Rights Abuses Should Augment, Not Replace, Material Reparations

    28/01/2016
  • Victims Know Best Which Reparations Programs Will Succeed

    16/12/2015
  • ICTJ Dispatch: Anna Myriam Roccatello on Nepal

    02/12/2015
  • ICTJ and UNICEF's Research Reveals Essential Links Between Education and Transitional Justice

    17/11/2015
  • ICTJ Dispatch: Refik Hodzic on Tunisia

    05/11/2015
  • UK-Funded Mau Mau Memorial Acknowledges Colonial-era Abuses in Kenya

    16/09/2015
  • Guatemalan Justice System and Citizen Mobilization Lead to Major Victory in the Country’s Fight Against Impunity

    03/09/2015
  • Nepal: Transitional Justice Process Is Back On, But Some Still Seek to Protect Perpetrators

    19/08/2015
  • ICTJ Dispatch: Ruben Carranza on Myanmar

    30/06/2015
  • Simelane Case Illustrates Failure of South Africa to Pursue Accountability for Apartheid Crimes

    27/05/2015
  • Echoes of Justice in El Salvador after US Deportation Sentences

    30/04/2015
  • ICTJ Forum: Future of Guatemala’s CICIG at Risk

    20/02/2015
  • ICTJ Forum: Education, Truth, and Reconciliation in Canada

    11/11/2014
  • ICTJ Forum: Teaching the Past in South Africa

    30/10/2014
  • ICTJ Forum: Lt. General Roméo Dallaire

    07/10/2014
  • ICTJ Forum: A Wrong Turn for Human Rights

    15/09/2014
  • Do International Interventions Create New Forms of Conflict?

    14/08/2014
  • ICTJ Forum: Myanmar’s Fragile Path to Democracy and Peace

    22/07/2014
  • ICTJ Forum: Launch of Tunisia's Truth and Dignity Commission

    08/07/2014
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