Media Coverage

5/18/2011

The International Center for Transitional Justice’s “Peace versus Justice: A False Dilemma” video explores the relationship between peace and justice and the raging debate that often excludes one at the expense of the other.

5/18/2011

The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) says quickly seeking indictments against Libya's leaders will help to end the violence there and deter others from committing war crimes.

5/18/2011

Armed clashes have been occurring across Karen State on a near-daily basis for the past four months with no end in sight.

5/17/2011

A court in northern Argentina has sentenced eight ex-army officers to life in jail for killing unarmed activists during military rule.

5/17/2011

The International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) on Tuesday convicted four former military chiefs for their role in Rwanda's 1994 genocide.

5/16/2011

Marco Fanara analyzes the justice and peace relationship between prosecution and impunity, weighing the costs and benefits of both, seeking answers to the questions of whether states should seek ‘justice’ and prosecute, or grant impunity in the name of ‘reconciliation.’

5/16/2011

ICTJ mitó una declaración en la que expresa que los derechos de las víctimas se han limitado por el envío de los jefes 'paras' a las cortes de Estados Unidos.

5/16/2011

The International Criminal Court chief prosecutor is seeking the arrest of Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi and two others for crimes against humanity.

5/16/2011

Khulumani expresses profound disappointment at government's continuing adherence to the closed list of TRC-identified victims for reparations benefits.

5/15/2011

BOGOTA - Le processus découlant de la loi "Justice et paix" en Colombie, censé faire émerger vérité et réparation pour les victimes des paramilitaires d'extrême droite, peine à avancer, trois ans après l'extradition vers les Etats-Unis des chefs de ces milices.

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