Criminal Justice


In our latest ICTJ Dispatch, vice president Paul Seils analyzes the most sensitive issues at stake in Northern Ireland, such as how to deal with the past in a constructive way, and the validity of the Haass and O’Sullivan proposals on outstanding issues of the peace process.


In this interview, ICTJ's Director of Programs Marcie Mersky analyzes the impact of the Ríos Montt verdict on a very polarized society, including the departure of Claudia Paz y Paz from the position of Attorney General, and the recent effort to disbar Judge Yassmín Barrios.


In the latest episode of the ICTJ Forum, Professor and former Kenya TJRC Commissioner Ron Slye shares insights on truth commissions, accountability, and peace processes.

ICTJ presents a comprehensive timeline on transitional justice measures implemented in Colombia since 2005 that recognize victims' rights to truth, justice, reparations, and the guarantee of non-recurrence. The timeline introduces the norms, laws, decrees, and High Court rulings that set out the parameters for transitional justice measures adopted by the Colombian state. It also includes other mechanisms and institutions devised and implemented to date, such as the Victims Unit and the National Center for Historic Memory.

El ICTJ estrena una línea del tiempo informativa que comprende todas las medidas de justicia transicional que se han implementado en Colombia desde 2005 a nivel nacional con el objetivo de reconocer el derecho de las víctimas a la verdad, la justicia, las reparaciones y las garantías de no repetición. Esta línea de tiempo presenta las normas, leyes y decretos, así como los autos y sentencias de las Altas Cortes que establecen los parámetros de las medidas de justicia transicional que hasta ahora ha adoptado el Estado colombiano.