For justice to be done, it must be seen
Sign up to the newsletter
Special Focus

Time for the truth in Gambia

Since January 2019, Gambians have been glued to the public hearings of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission (TRRC). This commission was established to shed light on human rights violations committed during the military regime of Yahya Jammeh from July 1994 to January 2017. JusticeInfo.net brings together in a special focus its intensive coverage of what can be considered the event of the year 2019 in the field of transitional justice.

Gambia: When Jammeh was turning crocodile
Ebou Jarju, a steward, and Ensa Keita, a gravel and sand provider, are civilians who once got to work for former president Yahya Jammeh, directly or close enough. And they were not the only ones to have paid a heavy price for it, they told the Gambia’s Truth, Reconciliation and Reparations Commission.
by Mustapha K. Darboe, our correspondent in Banjul
Read more
More articles

ALL OUR ARTICLES ABOUT THE GAMBIA

Pending the publication of our next unpublished articles dedicated to this special focus about the TRRC, consult all of our publications dedicated to The Gambia, since 2015.

Le TTRC en Gambie, une commission vérité médiatique et populaire (illustration de Didier Kassaï)
Illustration : © Didier Kassaï for JusticeInfo.net
Share
Sign up to the newsletter