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Corruption is often uncritically assumed to be part of the way things work in transitional and post-conflict countries.

For decades, Kenyans have yearned for a police service that is accountable to the people and adheres to national laws and international human rights standards.

Haiti is currently confronting several challenges regarding stability, the rule of law, and corruption.

Lebanon’s civil war continues to impact the Lebanese people, both those who lived through the war and those born after it.

The term reconciliation has long been associated with the field of transitional justice and is often presumed to be one of its goals.

Discussions about a future return of refugees and coexistence among groups currently at war in Syria must begin now, even in the face of ongoing violence and displacement.

There is widespread misunderstanding of transitional justice in Nepal, and relevant policy is often motivated by the interests of political leaders and other powerful actors, like the Nepal Army, wit

After periods of conflict and authoritarianism, education institutions often need to be reformed or rebuilt.

This report presents the main findings of a multiyear research project conducted by the International Center for Transitional Justice on the challenges and opportunities of responding to serious and m

What hope is there for justice for victims of atrocities in profoundly fractured societies, where systems of government have broken down and social and political divisions run deep?