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This report from the United Nations (UN) Security Council discusses the UN's increased focus on transitional justice and the rule of law in conflict and post-conflict societies.

This report describes the Special Court for Sierra Leone’s accomplishments in the first 18 months of its mandate.

This paper provides an initial summary of the work of the Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and points to some of the key difficulties it has encountered.

This report traces the human rights abuses under King Hassan II—including arbitrary arrest, torture, and disappearance—that led to the development of the Moroccan Equity and Reconciliation Commissi

This report is based on a population-based survey assessing attitudes about peace and justice in Northern Uganda.

This publication provides an operational framework for vetting and institutional reform.

This publication sets out basic principles and approaches to truth commissions and is intended to assist policymakers in advising on the development of truth-seeking mechanisms.

This publication sets out basic considerations on prosecution initiatives.

This report disscusses the Greensboro Truth and Reonciliation Commission's Final Report on the 1979 killings of five anti-Ku Klux Klan demonstrators.

This case study provides basic information and policy analysis on the Special Court for Sierra Leone. It aims to help guide policymakers establishing and implementing similar mechanisms.