Our work: Europe

After the 2018 revolution, Armenia emerged from decades of post-Soviet rule characterized by impunity for corruption and human rights violations; but its new leaders now have to draw up a transitional justice roadmap to overhaul a government captured by a network of corrupt oligarchs and powerful politicians and to meet citizens' expectations of justice, redress, and reforms.

Displacement, disappearances, and long-standing division have marked Cyprus for decades. ICTJ carried out a two year program to facilitate discussion about the past to help Cyprus work towards a stable, rights-respecting and democratic future.

The legacy of the former Yugoslavia’s armed conflicts in the 1990s continues to affect the regional human rights climate, the rule of law, and reconciliation efforts. ICTJ advised and assisted the implementation of both national and regional transitional justice.