In Focus

As Tunisia’s Truth and Dignity Commission (TDC) prepares to hear the testimonies of thousands of citizens, ICTJ is assisting women’s groups in ensuring that their voices are heard in the process.

Thembi Nkadimeng, the sister of disappeared anti-apartheid activist Nokuthula Simelane today filed an application before the Pretoria High Court compelling the National Director of Public Prosecutions and the Minister of Justice to refer the kidnapping, torture, disappearance and murder of Nokuthula Simelane to a formal inquest. This case is aimed at bringing closure to the 32 year old abduction, torture and enforced disappearance of Nokuthula Simelane.

24/05/2015 - 28/05/2015

As a leading organization in transitional justice policy and practice, ICTJ is pleased to announce an intensive course for governmental officials and staff of international institutions to be held May 25-28, 2015 at The Hague. ICTJ’s latest course focuses on preparing policy-makers to develop their expertise in the field of transitional justice.

In this analysis piece, director of ICTJ's Reparative Justice program Ruben Carranza talks about the challenges Tunisia is facing in implementing individual and collective reparations measures since the fall of the Ben Ali dictatorship.

In this podcast, Patty Blum, Senior Legal Advisor at the Center for Justice and Accountability (CJA) discusses the significance of the recent rulings against two former Salvadoran generals, a signal that perpetrators of atrocities abroad will not be shielded from justice by the US.

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Armenian genocide, ICTJ President David Tolbert argues that it is time for Turkey to acknowledge the past.