United States

12/11/2014

With the publication of the much-delayed US Senate Intelligence Committee’s partial report on the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program, at long last the truth is out. In this op-ed, ICTJ's President David Tolbert asks the United States to acknowledge the truth, hold the perpetrators accountable and address its obligation to the victims of its detention policies.

12/2/2014

In a crowded gym at the Ferguson Community Center, the Rev. Starsky Wilson talked about how violence affected his child.

11/19/2014

"Genocide and Maine" brought together victims of genocide and activists Thursday to discuss who genocide is much closer to the state than most people think.

10/15/2014

En esta edición de ICTJ reporta Félix Reátegui, asociado sénior del programa de Verda y Memoria, habla sobre los principios en los que se basa el trabajo de la unidad y la imperiosa necesidad de develar, reconocer y conmemorar el pasado.

9/25/2014

The Obama administration has agreed to pay the Navajo Nation a record $554m to settle longstanding claims by the largest native American tribe that its funds and natural resources were mishandled for decades by the US government.

9/21/2014

Western governments have begun private talks aimed at coming up with fresh strategies to speed the process of judging those responsible for grave crimes in the conflicts in Syria and Iraq.

9/18/2014

In this edition of the ICTJ Program Report, ICTJ Senior Associate Felix Reátegui discusses the principles behind the Truth and Memory program, and explains the imperatives of uncovering, acknowledging, and memorializing the past.

9/4/2014

A US court has ruled against the Khulumani Support Group in its 12-year legal battle to bring US corporations to book for aiding the apartheid government. But Khulumani will appeal against this ruling, says national director Marjorie Jobson.

7/18/2014

On Thursday, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will open public, digital access to the United Nations War Crimes Commission (UNWCC) archive, which is full of harrowing stories like the ones above.

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