Liberia: Towards the final phase of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission
This report discusses the lessons learned during the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s first two years and analyzes the challenges that it will face during the final phase of its work. Amnesty International offers observations and recommendations to the members of the Commission, to the Liberian government, to donors and to other international organizations, aimed at ensuring that the Commission fully accomplishes its mandate as a “forum that will address issues of impunity”.
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