Unlearning impunity is the core of AJAR’s work. Find out how we are helping to build a movement of justice and accountability in Asia. 2018 Annual Report "I am Here: Voices of Papuan Women in the Face of Unrelenting Violence" shares the findings of AJAR's participatory action research with indigenous Papuan women. The report has been updated and made available in English. Read the report How should societies in Asia respond mass human rights violations? AJAR and the Transitional Justice Asia Network present a video series featuring different aspects of transitional justice. Watch here The manual "Stone & Flower: A Guide to Understanding and Action for Women Survivors" is a part of AJAR's Unlearning Impunity series. It is available in four languages. Learn more

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WHAT IS AJAR

AJAR is a non-profit organization whose aim is to contribute to the strengthening of human rights and the alleviation of entrenched impunity in the Asia-Pacific region.

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WHAT WE DO

AJAR seeks to empower national and regional partners seeking to end impunity by providing them with opportunities to increase their skills and knowledge. 

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GET INVOLVED

AJAR was established by people with decades of experience in the field of conflict transformation, human rights, transitional justice, education and community development.

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Transitional Justice Asia Network

The Transitional Justice Asia Network (TJAN) is an Asian regional hub of transitional justice experts, which aims to facilitate learning and knowledge-building on transitional justice and accountability initiatives across the region.

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