The world is watching as Nepal deliberates proposals to seek truth and accountability for war-time abuses; ICTJ's Eduardo González offers analysis on recent developments.
On the International Day for the Right to the Truth, 6 young activists explain why the truth about the past matters to them and their societies.
To mark International Women’s Day, ICTJ salutes efforts to secure truth, justice, and the rule of law that are making a difference in the lives of women and girls. Here are four countries to watch.
More than six years after the war in Uganda came to a formal end, the country has taken a landmark first step by unanimously adopting a resolution to establish a reparations fund informed by the experiences of both men and women.
ICTJ is pleased to announce the opening of an innovative site-specific theater performance in Beirut to mark the 39th anniversary of the Lebanese Civil War.
As Nepal’s Parliament discussed key proposal to establish truth-seeking bodies, the ICTJ expresses deep concern that the bill retains flaws already rejected by the country’s Supreme Court in January.
To mark the National Day of Memory and Solidarity with Victims, hundreds of Colombians took to the streets.
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