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Wave of Civilian Casualties Underscores Importance of Victims’ Rights in Peace Process

Kabul, February 27, 2011 Responding to the recent wave of deadly attacks against civilians, the Transitional Justice Coordination Group (TJCG), a leading Afghan civil society coalition, Sunday called for the Afghan government and international community to take immediate action to … Continue reading

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The Statement of the One-Day Conference on Justice and Reconciliation

Kabul, November 10, 2010 Several decades of war, instability, and persistent insecurity in Afghanistan has made the need for sustainable peace urgent and necessary particularly as the level of safety has become progressively deteriorated. Continuation of war and insecurity has … Continue reading

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Open Letter to the Participants of the Kabul Conference (Dari)

نامه سرگشاده گروه عدالت انتقالی به اشتراک کننده گان کنفرانس کابل شما ما را نمی شنوید! 13 جولای 2010 خانم ها، آقایان چشم پوشی از عدالت در روند ایجاد صلح نه تنها کمک به ایجاد صلح نمی کند بلکه خود … Continue reading

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Open Letter to the Participants of the Kabul Conference – You Do Not Hear Us!

13 July, 2010 Ladies and Gentlemen, Ignoring justice on the road to peace will not help create peace, but rather serve as a means of perpetuating insecurity, war and violence. Injustice has been one of the causes of unending decades-long … Continue reading

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Statement on the Upcoming Kabul Conference

28 June, 2010 The Transitional Justice Co-ordination Group, comprising 26 national and international organisations, calls on representatives at the upcoming Kabul Conference to commit to ensuring that justice forms the cornerstone of any moves towards peace in Afghanistan. A durable … Continue reading

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Statement on the Upcoming Kabul Conference (Dari)

7 سرطان 1389 (28 ژوئن 2010) گروه هماهنگی عدالت انتقالی، شامل 26 سازمان ملی و بین المللی، از نمایندگان کنفرانس آینده کابل می خواهد تعهد کنند که عدالت بنیاد اصلی هر حرکتی به سوی صلح در افغانستان را تشکیل خواهد … Continue reading

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TJCG Statement on the Amnesty Law

Accountability, Not Impunity: Only Victims Have the Right to Forgive TJCG statement on Amnesty Law “We do not give anyone else the right to forgive or deal with the blood of our dead” – Woman whose father and brother were … Continue reading

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