Contact

International Center for Transitional Justice 50 Broadway, Floor 23 New York, NY 10004 United States

Website

https://www.ictj.org/

Description

ICTJ was created in 2001 to help societies design and implement transitional justice approaches when dealing with the legacy of massive human rights abuses and pursuing the search of sustainable peace. We work across society and borders to challenge the causes and address the consequences of massive human rights violations. We affirm victims’ dignity, fight impunity, and promote responsive institutions to lay the foundations for peace, justice and inclusion. Throughout its 17-year history, ICTJ provided intense advice assistance to support truth seeking processes, including truth commissions in Timor-Leste, Peru, and Sierra Leone; provided time-critical support to criminal justice efforts in Guatemala and Argentina; led efforts to ensure victims played a role in policy deliberations in Uganda, Morocco, and Iraq; and devised a massive mapping exercises of human rights violations in Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Lebanon. More recently, ICTJ made vital contributions to the Colombian peace process, working to introduce an integrated transitional justice approach to key stakeholders that is reflected in the peace accords. ICTJ continues to play a trusted role in implementing the accords. In Tunisia, ICTJ supported the national consultation process, the drafting of the transitional justice law, and the establishment and capacity of the Truth and Dignity Commission. ICTJ’s work alongside activists in northern Uganda to help end stigma against children born of wartime rape and their mothers has resulted in a significant shift in attitudes in communities and pledges of support from international donors. As an organization that simultaneously works directly in the field, conducts research, and informs thinking at the global policy level, we leverage our experience working in over 50 countries to articulate lessons learned, identify emerging patterns and develop innovative approaches.

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