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Forum on Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission

The Multi-Sectoral Task Force on Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission and Kenyans for Peace with Truth and Justice (KPTJ) invites you to a public forum to be held on Wednesday, April 16, 2008 at Norfolk Hotel Nairobi. Time 830 a.m – 12.30 p.m

The Government has now drafted a Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission Bill 2008 for tabling in parliament soon. This follows the signing of an agreement by National Dialogue and Reconciliation Team on March 14, 2008 for the establishment of a Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission (TJRC) a mechanism which seek to promote justice, unity, reconciliation and peace among the people of Kenya.

* How to establish a people-driven and effective Truth Commission for Kenya.
* The Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission Bill 2008
* Mandate, Independence, Structure and Composition of the Truth, Justice Commission
* What happens after the Truth Justice Commission

11 comments to Forum on Truth Justice and Reconciliation Commission

  • Osas

    Of many dysfunctional and hypocritical Kenyan institutions, this one was superfluous already in the moment of its creation. *Sigh*

    Well, at least some people can eat fat sitting allowances now.


  • Osas

    Here is a quotation from an otherwise somewhat bland and shallow net article by Eric Brahm:

    “In sum, the general population, as well as human rights advocates, often expect too much from truth commissions. First, they may have an impossible mission. The needs of victims may be incompatible with the needs of society. Second, it is argued they do not go far enough to deal with the past or generate reconciliation. They do not have the power to punish and have no authority to implement reforms. Third, wiping the slate clean benefits those who have committed human rights violations. This damages victims’ self-esteem and denies them justice. Finally, erasing history is difficult.”

  • Ory Okolloh

    Osas, appreciate your cynicism…curious as to your thoughts on alternatives.

  • i dont think kenyans are ready for a TJRC. I can live with the fact that a certain community killed my family but to know that its so n so who did it n that person is staying next door, its just impossible. ill fix him.

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