Stories Tagged 'Conflict victims'
Annoyed by and impatient at the delays by the transitional justice bodies and the federal government in finalising the reparation policy, conflict victims have started reaching out to the local governments for priority while formulating the local policy—one of the many reparation measures.
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Following delays by the government and the transitional justice bodies in providing justice to conflict victims, a group of human rights activists has started consultation with the political parties and conflict victims to form a common strategy for concluding the investigations.
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Conflict victims are not fully convinced by the truth and disappearance commissions
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Conflict victims and human rights defenders on Tuesday raised serious objections to the proposed amendments to existing Transitional Justice (TJ) law, mainly over concessions in penalties to convicted perpetrators of war era crimes.
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Eleven years after the Comprehensive Peace Accord signed by the government and the then Maoists, victims continue to live in various parts of the country with the scars and trauma of the decade-long conflict, and little hope of justice and relief.
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Conflict victims have pressed the government to deliver them justice, arguing that compensation alone would not heal their wounds.
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