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Report on Lessons of Truth and Reconcilation Commissions

BUJUMBURA, Burundi (July 10, 2012) - A report on an international conference on the theme: "Transitional Justice Mechanisms: Lessons learned from Truth and Reconciliation Commissions," will be released on Thursday, July 12, 2012, at 9:00am at Royal Palace Hotel in Bujumbura, Burundi.

Mécanismes de Justice Transitionnelle Rapport

Télécharger la version française La justice transitionnelle: les leçons tirées des commissions de la Vérité et la Réconciliation. Ce rapport de 33 pages traite de l'impact et de la Commision de la Vérité et

Transitional Justice Mechanisms Report

Download the English version of Transitional Justice Mechanisms: Lessons Learned from Truth and Reconciliation Commissions.  This 29 page report covers the impact of the Truth and Reconciliation Commision in Burundi.

Transitional justice mechanism: Lessons learned from Truth and Reconciliation Commissions

This report gathers observations and recommendations from the 60 participants of the international conference, Transitional Justice Mechanisms: Lessons Learned from Truth and Reconciliation Commissions.

AFSC in Burundi Brochure

AFSC’s efforts in Burundi focus on supporting Burundians as peacemakers.

Burundi Brochure: Kirundi

Kirundi version of the brochure about AFSC's work in Burundi.

Burundi Brochure: Française

Version française de la brochure sur le travail de l'AFSC au Burundi.

Burundi Brochure: English

English version of the brochure about AFSC's work in Burundi.

 

Quaker Peacemaking in Africa - Burundian Friend Adrien Niyongabo

Monday, June 4, 2012 - 10:00am - 11:30am

Adrien Niyongabo, Healing and Rebuilding Our Communities

Adrien Niyongabo, Healing and Rebuilding Our Communities (HROC) in Burundi plays with children outside Kibimba Friends Church. Photo by: Andrew Peterson

American Friends Service Committee works closely with Quakers in Burundi, central Africa on peacebuilding and social cohesion projects. Adrien Niyongabo, the Director of the Healing and Rebuilding Our Communities (HROC) program, an AFSC partner, will present about his organization’s work to bring together Hutu and Tutsis to heal from a decade of violent conflict and create renewed peace in communities.

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