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“Through a New Lens: A Child-Sensitive Approach to Transitional Justice” analyzes experiences of four countries—Liberia, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Colombia and Nepal—and identifies some k
This report focuses Liberia's Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) of 2003.
This initiative aims to promote accountability within the media through independent monitoring of the performance of the media during the TRC process.
This report examines the role of women in the implementation of international peace and security instruments through a case study of transitional justice mechanisms in the Liberian context.
The Liberian Truth Reconciliation Commission (TRC) was necessitated by the Accra Comprehensive Peace Accord signed in 2003.
The Liberia Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) released its final report in December 2009 after more than three years of operations.