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ICTJ World Report
November 2017
In Focus
Emilio Mignone Lecture Asks: How Can the United States Confront Racial Injustice?

Do the concepts and strategies of transitional justice have a role to play in the United States? Our 2017 Emilio Mignone Lecture asked that question, with Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation, and Sherrilyn Ifill, President and Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, joining ICTJ's David Tolbert in conversation. Watch the full discussion here.

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Kenya: ICTJ Paper Calls Failed Police Reform a Missed Opportunity to Restore Public Trust

A new paper from the International Center for Transitional Justice on police vetting in Kenya charges that the Kenyan government has failed to undertake needed reforms to root out corruption and abuses from the National Police Service and restore public trust in the police. Four years into the vetting process, the National Police Service Commission, tasked with vetting over 77,000 officers, has faced allegations of corruption and been criticized for failing to vet senior police officers implicated in graft and other crimes.

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World Report

In Kenya, the Supreme Court dismissed two petitions seeking to overturn last month’s presidential vote, paving the way for the inauguration of President Uhuru Kenyatta for a second term amidst ongoing clashes. In Uganda, human rights and justice organizations, including ICTJ, urged authorities to arrest Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir during his two-day visit. Al-Bashir is wanted by the ICC. The International Crimes Division Court has declined to grant a request by the former LRA Senior commandant Thomas Kwoyelo to unconditionally release him from Luzira Prisons on claims of a defective indictment. The UN Human Rights Committee has given the Democratic Republic of Congo a year to report on actions it has taken to hold free and fair elections and clean up its rights record. Activists and human rights campaigners in Zimbabwe fear a new crackdown that could roll back gains made during the eight-day crisis that culminated in the resignation of President Robert Mugabe last week. In Rwanda, the Commonwealth Secretary-General praised the use of sport in the country’s post-genocide reconciliation process. The political process for a successful post-conflict transition in Libya has made significant headway over the past two months, the United Nations envoy for the North African country said.

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Colombia's Senate has backed a law to regulate transitional justice under the country's peace deal with Marxist FARC rebels, including special tribunals that will try guerrilla leaders for war crimes. Veteran FARC leader Rodrigo Londono - known as ‘Timochenko’ - will run for the presidency of Colombia next year, with the backing of former FARC rebels, the group’s new political party said. Colombia will launch a regional “committee for peace” to improve the reintegration process for hundreds of former FARC rebels in the war-torn Antioquia province. The commission that seeks to establish the truth behind Colombia’s half-a-century armed conflict between Marxist FARC guerrillas will be led by a well-respected Jesuit priest. In Guatemala, 13 members of Congress introduced a proposal to give blanket amnesty to military members accused of committing war crimes during Guatemala’s 36-year-long internal armed conflict.  In El Salvador, the upcoming extradition and trial of a former colonel and vice-minister of public security, accused as one of the authors of a 1989 massacre, could unlock key details of the case and help bring justice to the victims. Mapuche organizations from Chile and Argentina announced the first joint march that will cross the common border in order to protest the militarization of Mapuche territories, and to demand the release of all Mapuche activists, which they have called "political prisoners." The scope of an investigation into possible war crimes in Afghanistan isn't clear, but it could involve United States troops.

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UN Special Rapporteur on Transitional Justice, Pablo de Greiff, issued his concluding observations and recommendations following a two-week official visit to Sri Lanka, finding that the process is nowhere close to where it should have been more than two years [since his first visit in April 2015].” In Nepal, a team of women surviving the decade-long armed conflict and suffering its effects Monday met with the officials of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) and Commission of Investigation on Enforced Disappeared Persons (CIEDP) separately for the submission of their "policy level suggestions for women and girls-centered justice and reparation". In Australia, after dramatically rejecting a constitutionally-enshrined First Nations "Voice", the Turnbull government has left the door open to consideration of a truth and reconciliation commission that would oversee the striking of treaties with Indigenous people. In Taiwan, victims of political persecution yesterday urged the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) to expedite passage of a transitional justice bill and give justice to aging survivors of the White Terror era, instead of delaying it in favor of budget bills.

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The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia found former Bosnian Serb Army commander Ratko Mladic guilty of genocide and crimes against humanity. Belgrade Special Court decided to restart the trial for the massacre of Bosniaks from Srebrenica in the village of Kravica in 1995 from the beginning.

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In Syria, YouTube and Facebook are removing evidence of atrocities, jeopardizing cases against war criminals. The prosecutor of the International Criminal Court is calling for an investigation into possible war crimes and crimes against humanity in Afghanistan. Hundreds of artifacts were looted during Lebanon's civil war. Almost four decades later, two of these objects, worth millions of dollars, are due to return home.

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