Jan 2019

Bulla Karatasi: The Forgotten Massacre, produced by ICTJ and Kenyan media house Africa Uncensored, is the first ever in-depth documentary film to explore the events surrounding the massacre that took place in Kenya's northern region of Garissa in November 1980 and its ongoing impact on the community and Kenyan society. The extreme, targeted violence by Kenyan security forces resulted in over 3,000 lost lives.

Jan 2019

As the conflict in Syria nears an end, the human toll continues to rise, with millions of Syrians forcibly displaced, including millions who have been forced to flee the country. Children have experienced particular harms, including lasting trauma and disabilities, a lack of education, and the risk of radicalization.

Feb 2017

Two women abducted by the Lord´s Resistance Army (LRA) return home with their children born of war and fight to be included in a society that deems them criminals.


Jul 2019
For years the people in Choco, Colombia, have been victims of armed conflict and displacement. Now, they are taking back their home and their community, holding annual festivals of memory and opening a peace university. They hope to use the university to create a space for acts of truth telling, and to pass down knowledge in order to strengthen their reconciliation process.
Jan 2019

Please join us as we look back one last time at the challenges and triumphs of 2018, and continue the work ahead of us in 2019. 

Nov 2018


Apr 2019

On Monday, April 1, 2019, ICTJ found its way back to the Ford Foundation, this time to celebrate Alex Boraines’s life and reaffirm the mission that ICTJ continues to carry out in his absence. Friends, family, and former colleagues joined together to remember Alex, recalling stories of his time on South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, teaching at New York University, and being a father to his sons and a husband to his wife Jenny. 

Mar 2019

For this milestone event on February 20, ICTJ and NYU Law School welcomed as speaker former UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion of truth, justice, reparation and guarantees of non-recurrence, Pablo de Greiff. In his address, de Greiff took stock of the transitional justice field, its accomplishments in the past 30 years and the challenges it faces today and in the future. The recorded livestream is now available. 

Feb 2019

On September 22, 2018, the International Center for Transitional Justice and the University of Birmingham launched Voices of Memory, an interactive exhibition inspired by a group of nine Tunisian women from across the country and from different generations. It is the first collective testimonial of Tunisian women who experienced the effects of repression under the Ben Ali regime. 


Feb 2016
Jan 2016

In this podcast, Ruben Carranza, director of ICTJ's Reparative Justice program, discusses what makes apologies meaningful to victims of atrocities.

Dec 2015

In this podcast, Cristián Correa, senior associate in ICTJ's Reparative Justice program, discusses the importance of engaging victims in the reparations process in Côte d'Ivoire.