With the aim of developing a community strength map on the concept of transitional justice, the National Institute for Human Rights (NIHR) invited 15 decision-makers and influencers working in the Community Police, the Human Rights Commission, the Women’s Empowerment Office, as well as members of the community in Khanaqin district, and held a one-day consultation session with them. During which intensive dialogues and discussions took place, which resulted in joint understandings between the participating parties on future work with the aim of providing service and spreading the culture of transitional justice among members of society.




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