Transitional Justice Asia Network conducted a Webinar Series #1: Surviving On Their Own? The Impact of the Pandemic on Vulnerable Victims of Human Rights Violations in Asia on May, 20, 2020.
We shared our survey results from 3 countries: Timor Leste, Thailand and Indonesia focusing on victims’ responses. How have survivors fared under lock-down? How does impunity impact on society’s response to Covid-19? What are critical interventions needed to protect victims and rebuild trust and resilience?
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 across the region. The member of TJAN are: Asia Justice and Rights (AJAR), KontraS Aceh (Indonesia), ND-Burma (Myanmar), Suriya Women’s Development Centre (Sri Lanka), Alternative Law Groups (Philippines) and the Cross Cultural Foundation (Thailand), Advocacy Forum-Nepal, Liberation War Museum, Bangladesh and ACbit (Timor Leste).
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