Learn about upcoming events organized by ICTJ and its partners.

Launch of the 2023 Report of the Working Group on Transitional Justice and SDG16+

To mark the launch of the 2023 Report of the Working Group on Transitional Justice and SDG16+, “Toward Victim-Centered Change: Integrating Transitional Justice into Sustainable Peace and Development,” the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) and the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) will co-host a high-level panel discussion of the new working group report’s main messages, while situating them in the context of current opportunities, challenges, and crises.

WEBINAR: Children Born of Wartime Sexual Violence: Challenges, Insights and Best Practices

Worldwide, tens of thousands of children have been born as a result of wartime sexual violence and exploitation. In this webinar, we explore the latest research about these children, their mothers and fathers, and the experience across their life cycles. Through rich ethnographic and longitudinal research, our panelists identify both the challenges and discrimination that many of the children experience, as well as the factors that may enhance their life chances.

"Overseas" Writing Contest: Call for Applicants

The International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ) is pleased to announce “Overseas,” a writing contest for young people originally from or currently residing in Lebanon, Libya, or Tunisia, up to 35 years old, who have left their home countries for political or socioeconomic reasons. This open call asks contestants to share their personal experiences of migration—the challenges they have faced and continue to face and their hopes for themselves and for the future of the country they left behind—in the form of a short-written testimony. The testimonies may describe cases of either regular or irregular migration.