Lessons in Truth-Seeking: International Experiences Informing United States Initiatives

6/2/2011

ICTJ; Lisa Magarrell, Blaz Gutierrez

This report disscusses the Greensboro Truth and Reonciliation Commission's Final Report on the 1979 killings of five anti-Ku Klux Klan demonstrators. It focuses on a meeting of representatives from truth recovery efforts around the world to assess the Greensboro experience. Topics covered include best practices, lessons learned, and the potential of truth commissions for other communities and issues in the United States. It concludes that there is great potential to gain from this type of exchange, and that Greensboro is an inspiration for other communities.

Date published: 
9/1/2006
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