The Simon-Skjodt Center for the Prevention of Genocide convened civil society leaders from Ethiopia to discuss how best to measure transitional justice efforts in the country, and what benchmarks would be required for success. This post summarizes key points from that discussion.
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Legal expert Beth Van Schaack explains how our new Handbook can help victim groups who have experienced genocide and related mass atrocities engage members of the international community as allies in their quest for justice and accountability.
This post explains how our new Handbook, "Pursuing Justice for Mass Atrocities: A Handbook for Victim Groups," can help victim groups use the law to obtain justice and accountability for mass atrocities, and advise them on how to effectively gather and share information with authorities in order to advance justice.
Victim groups can and should play a central role in the fight for justice for genocide and related crimes against humanity. This blog post previews how our new Handbook, “Pursuing Justice for Mass Atrocities: A Handbook for Victim Groups” can help.
The Yezidi community has been fighting for justice for the genocide perpetrated against their community by ISIS for years. This guest blog post, by Pari Ibrahim, Executive Director, Free Yezidi Foundation, explores Yezidi survivors’ fight for justice and how our new handbook, “Pursuing Justice for Mass Atrocities: A Handbook for Victim Groups” can help.