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Dec 2017

In difficult times, ICTJ stands with those seeking to break the cycle of massive human rights violations and lay the foundations for peace, justice, and inclusion.

May 2017
May 2017
May 2017

Ashraf Gharbi's "The Soldier and the Writer" gallery, part of ICTJ's "Marginalization: Images of an Invisible Repression” exhibition.

May 2017

Ali Jabeur's "Plus De Poisson Que Du Poison" gallery, part of ICTJ's "Marginalization: Images of an Invisible Repression” exhibition.

Feb 2017

Founded by mothers who gave birth in LRA captivity, Watye Ki Gen and the Women’s Advocacy Network (WAN) operate in northern Uganda to empower children born of wartime rape, and their mothers, both socially and economically. Meet the women behind their work and explore their mission.

Aug 2016

ICTJ organized consultations throughout the country for the past year, providing victims with forums to discuss their needs.

Feb 2016

This gallery features photographs entered into ICTJ's "The War as I See It" youth photo contest in Lebanon.

Dec 2015

Highlights from ICTJ’s work and impact over the past year, reflections from our experts, with a special message from ICTJ President David Tolbert.

Dec 2015

Twentyyears since the end of the war, some families are breaking the silence by erecting their own memorials, Mina Delkic is one of them.

Oct 2015

A selection of drawings by children born of sexual violence during the conflict in Uganda on how their communities perceive them and how they see themselves and their hopes for the future.

Aug 2015

On this International Day of the Victims of Enforced Disappearance, a look at some of the many forms that relatives of the disappeared have used to promote and honor the memory of the disappeared around the world.

Dec 2014

Highlights from ICTJ’s work and impact over the past year, reflections from our experts, and a special end-of-the-year message from ICTJ President David Tolbert.

Aug 2014

Ziad and Ghassan Halwani are two brothers in Lebanon whose father was kidnapped and disappeared when they were young. Their story is a powerful testament to the long-term impact of disappearances on the life course of those who are still growing up.

Apr 2014

To mark the National Day of Memory and Solidarity with Victims, hundreds of Colombians took to the streets.

Jan 2014

The Special Court for Sierra Leone formally ended its work on December 2, 2013, making way for a new museum opened on the former premises of the court, dedicated to peace.

Dec 2013

The past year has presented exciting new developments in the field of transitional justice, and over the past 12 months, ICTJ has worked in some of the most dynamic global contexts. We invite you to review this year of transitional justice; in the new year, we will continue to share powerful stories of those fighting for truth, justice, and dignity in their communities.

Aug 2013

On the International Day of the Disappeared, 7 renowned photographers shared some of their most poignant images and thoughts about their experience of working with the families of the disappeared.

Apr 2013

Thousands of Colombians marched on April 9th to express their support for the discussions, for peace, and for democracy.

Dec 2012

From Colombia to Canada to Cote d’Ivoire, ICTJ has provided expert assistance to leaders, civil society activists and policy makers whose work is shaping the future of entire countries confronting legacies of massive human rights abuses.

Nov 2012

Yoladis Zúñiga is a victim of the Colombian conflict, and a leader of her community. Together with Petronila, they fight for their right to the truth, justice, and reparations.

Nov 2012

Petronila Mendoza is a victim of the Colombian conflict, and a leader of her community. Together with Yoladis, they fight for their right to the truth, justice, and reparations.

Nov 2012

Women play a vital in Colombian society, in which many are victims of displacement: they take care of their families, their houses, and each other.

Oct 2012

Ten years after the massacre at Chengue, the inhabitants of the village in the municipality of Ovejas, Sucre, returned to commemorate the event that changed their history.

Oct 2012

They came in pilgrimage from New Mampuján to Old Mampuján, bringing their belongings, their furniture, their dressers, their sewing machines, their stories full of feeling and vivid memories, stories that are retold, but never forgotten.

Oct 2012

During Easter week 2001, more than 100 people were killed in Alto Naya, in northern Cauca, at the hands of the Calima Block of the United Self-Defense Force of Colombia.

Jan 2012

2011 has seen historic developments in the ever-stronger struggle of peoples across the planet united in their unwavering demands for justice and dignity.

Dec 2011

As the world marks Human Rights Day on December 10, calls for dignity for every man, woman and child resound from Damascus to Bogotá, from Sarajevo to Kinshasa, from Dhaka to New York.