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Afghanistan

Open appeal to UN Member States to ensure the adoption of a resolution creating an investigative mechanism on Afghanistan at the 48th session of the UN Human Rights Council

We, the undersigned organisations, write to urge UN Member States to ensure the adoption of a robust resolution to establish a Fact-Finding Mission or similar independent investigative mechanism on...

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Myanmar

Navigating Paths to Justice in Myanmar’s Transition

Introduction Since President Thein Sein and his government took office in 2011, Myanmar’s transition has unfolded at a pace that has surprised many and earned the acclaim of western governments,...

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Kenya

Kenya: Uphold Commitment to International Court

NAIROBI/NEW YORK, March 10, 2011-As a signatory to the Rome Statute, Kenya should continue to meet all of its obligations to cooperate with the International Criminal Court (ICC), the International...

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Kenya

Institutional Reform in the New Constitution of Kenya

Kenya: Beware of 'Constitution without Constitutionalism' NAIROBI/NEW YORK, Oct. 22, 2010-Kenya's new constitution holds great promise, but further steps need to be taken to ensure its success,...

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Kyrgyzstan

Assessing a Transitional Justice Approach for Kyrgyzstan

KYRGYZSTAN MISSION REPORT MAY 30-JUNE 6, 2010 Marcie Mersky, Bogdan Ivaniševi?, Eugene Huskey Executive Summary During the last five years, Kyrgyzstan has experienced two popular uprisings-in March...

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Myanmar

Impunity prolonged: Burma and its 2008 constitution

Executive Summary Burma (also known as Myanmar) has been under military rule since 1962 when General Ne Win took power from the democratically elected government. Following nationwide protests in...

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Nepal

Negotiating peace in Nepal: Implications for justice

Warisha Farasat and Priscilla Hayner Executive Summary In April 2008 historic elections to Nepal's Constituent Assembly led to a political watershed: former Maoist guerrillas surprised everyone by...

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Transitional justice and security system reform

Laura Davis Executive Summary The relationship between transitional justice and security system - or sector - reform (SSR) is understudied, yet both contribute to state-building, democratisation and...

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Timor-Leste

Security Sector Reform in Timor-Leste

Executive Summary Timor-Leste is a young country that has undergone a turbulent transition following 24 years of violent Indonesian occupation. After formally declaring independence in 2002, it...

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