Tag Archives: Truth Commission
By Sonja Dechian | Published: May 28, 2012
Protestors have gathered each week to call for an apology from Indonesia's government for past abuses. But with an apology now likely, this must be only the start of a long healing process, writes guest contributor Vannessa Hearman.
By Sonja Dechian | Published: April 26, 2012
Guest contributor Nina Schneider explains the controversy surrounding the National Truth Commission in Brazil.
By Sonja Dechian | Published: January 6, 2012
The director of the Dominican Republic’s Resistance Memorial Museum has called for the creation of a truth commission to investigate crimes against humanity carried out in the country during the 20th Century