Forum 14 September: The Road to Transitional Justice

mdc__chZimbabwe's history since 1890 is littered with disturbing human rights abuses. Those who have fallen victim continue to lament the pardon of the perpetrators by previous governments as justice denied. This string of pardons is also blamed for perpetuating the cycle of violence. Others claim that the danger of facing prosecution for past atrocities is what keeps Zanu PF hold

To address this question the Forum presents Giulia Tranchina a human rights expert who has worked in several African countries.

Giulia will analyse the Zimbabwe Human Rights NGO forum’s transitional justice model against lessons from Latin America and South Africa’s Truth and Reconciliation. Please do not miss this contentious discussion.

Fighting for change

Forum Team


7:30 – 9.30pm


Monday 14 September 2009


Downstairs function room, Bell and Compass,

9 – 11 Villiers Street

Underground: Charing Cross (1 minute), Embankment (3 minutes)

The Bell and Compass is next to Charing Cross Station at the corner of Villiers Street and John Adam Street. Go down the stairs to the Downstairs Function Room.


From Charing Cross Station: Turn right out of the main concourse and right again into Villiers Street, or follow the Villiers Street exit from the Underground. Go down Villiers Street to the first left (John Adam Street) and the Bell and Compass is on that corner.

From Embankment: Take the North exit (away from the river) and walk up Villiers Street. The Bell and Compass is on the right at the corner of John Adam Street.

* * * Together we will complete the change * * *


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