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.

Twenty years after the end of the war, the legacy of atrocities committed during the conflict continues to shape Bosnia’s present and the future. The long form multimedia piece “Flowers in the Square” depicts the struggle of citizens of Prijedor, a community devastated by violence in 1992, to overcome this legacy and the continued denial perpetrated by the political establishment in the ongoing war for the truth about the past.


In this podcast, ICTJ Senior Research Associate Roger Duthie, former Senior Research Associate Clara Ramírez-Barat, and UNICEF Peacebuilding Program Manager Friedrich Affolter discuss the joint ICTJ-UNICEF research project on “Education and Transitional Justice: Opportunities and Challenges for Peacebuilding.”


In this podcast, Ruben Carranza, Director of ICTJ's Reparative Justice Program, discusses the significance of a newly unveiled memorial to those killed during the Mau Mau uprising against British colonial rule in Kenya.


Conversamos con Martha Nubia Bello del Centro Nacional para la Memoria Histórica, quien está a cargo de la concepción y desarrollo del futuro Museo Nacional de la Memoria en Bogotá, que espera abrir sus puertas en 2018.


سلسلة النشرات الإذاعية التي يقدمها المركز الدولي للعدالة الانتقالية تهدف لتقديم تحليل سياسي واجتماعي وقانوني لآخر التطورات فيما يخص العدالة الانتقالية. في هذه الحلقة يقدم روبن كارانزا ، مدير برنامج جبر الضرر، تقريره عن مهمته الأخيرة بميانمار


In this edition of ICTJ Dispatch, Ruben Carranza, Director of ICTJ’s Reparations Program, reports on his recent mission to Myanmar. The country, slowly transitioning from a military dictatorship to a civil democracy, has failed to live up to many of the expectations for change and reform. Transitional justice measures, in particular, have failed to materialize, despite some initial steps to hold the government, the military, and elites accountable.