Media Coverage

10/16/2019

Independent law professor Kais Saied has won Tunisia’s presidential election with 72.71 percent of the votes, the country’s electoral commission has confirmed.

10/16/2019

A former guard at Stutthof concentration camp will go on trial in the northern German city of Hamburg on Thursday, in what could be one of the last criminal cases of an individual charged for crimes in connect to the Holocaust.

10/14/2019

The Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC) will begin hearings on sexual and gender-based violence in its next session slated for Monday (October 14, 2019) at its headquarters in Kotu.

10/14/2019

On September 26, Nepal Communist Party Co-chair Pushpa Kamal Dahal said that chairpersons and members for the two transitional justice commissions “will be appointed in a few days.”

10/14/2019

Two international human rights organizations are calling for transitional justice in South Sudan to safeguard lasting peace.

10/14/2019

Tunisia’s newly elected parliament must commit to protecting human rights, said Amnesty International, as the country announced the preliminary results of its parliamentary elections.

10/14/2019

Actual or suspected war crimes have been reported at every stage of Syria’s long-running civil war — and Turkey’s latest cross-border incursion has unleashed another wave of atrocities, including executions of civilians and other alleged crimes against humanity.

10/10/2019

Tunisia’s hopeful transition to a democratic future faces a new challenge. Voters in the country have delivered a sharp rebuke to their political elite. In the first round of presidential elections, held on Sept. 15, candidates from establishment parties performed poorly, among them Ennahda, the conservative Islamic party with the most seats in Parliament, and Tahya Tounes, or Long Live Tunisia, the party of Youssef Chahed, the current prime minister.

10/9/2019

The government of Iraq has issued a second package of proposed social reforms in a bid to quell street protests that have claimed the lives of at least 110 people and injured 6,000 more.

10/9/2019

The British High Commissioner to Colombo has announced more than £10 million in funding to Sri Lanka over the next three years for the explicit aims of long-term stability. 

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