06 October 2010 by Stef Vandeginste

With a successfully completed peace process followed by general elections in the summer of 2010, the case of Burundi seemingly contradicted the conventional wisdom that there can be no peace without justice. In fact, despite a rhetorical commitment to establishing transitional justice mechanisms, no action has so far been undertaken to end impunity for past human rights crimes.

09 May 2012

Summary and link to PDF of IJT 151.

11 June 2014 by IJT

Fourteen years after the Arusha peace agreements, which called for a special tribunal and a truth commission in Burundi, the law creating a Truth and Reconciliation Commission was promulgated on 15 May. 

11 June 2014

Links to articles and PDF of IJT 161.