Thursday Apr 11, 2024

Toward a Survivor-Centered Model of Transitional Justice

Welcome to the first episode of Transforming Transitional Justice, a podcast from the Global Initiative for Justice, Truth and Reconciliation, a flagship program of the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, a global network of historic sites, museums and memory initiatives that support communities to confront painful pasts in order to establish more just and peaceful  societies today.


Each episode will focus on common issues that post-conflict communities face - from helping victims heal from conflict-related sexual violence and bolstering communities' ability to search for their missing to documenting violations. We'll explore these issues through GIJTR's unique, survivor-centered lens.
In this first episode, we're going to lay the groundwork, establishing exactly what transitional justice is, how previous models have given survivors short shrift, and how new ones can center survivors and create spaces for them to lead.
Please note views expressed by non-U.S. Government employees in this episode do not represent the views nor should be seen as endorsed by the U.S. Government.
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Guests Include:
Ereshnee Naidu-Silvermanthe Senior Director for the Global Transitional Justice Initiative, the Coalition’s flagship program on transitional justice. 
Dr. Patricia Davis, a director of the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) Office of Global Programs
Annah Moyo, Executive Director at CSVR 
Brahmy Poologasingham, the Senior Technical Advisor and Lead of Transitional Justice & Accountability Programs at the Department of State’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor

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