► The Center for International Law and Policy (CILP) has launched a Transitional Justice in the USA Speakers Series in collaboration with other institutions of higher learning, academic centers and civil society groups. The series aims to raise national awareness of Transitional Justice (TJ) initiatives being developed on a regular basis across the country in order to address racial injustice.
In recognition of Native American Heritage Month, the first panel in Part II of the Series will take place via Zoom on Wednesday, November 3, from 12:00 – 1:30 pm EST. The panel will be on “How do we honor indigenous ways of knowing in the quest for truth, justice and healing for American Indian boarding schools?“ and will focus on past and recent truth initiatives on the forced assimilation of Native children through boarding schools and the child welfare system. The panel will explore how to open the way to transformative justice, overcoming standardized or colonized transitional justice models.
Individuals interested in attending this panel should register online here: https://bit.ly/TJ-Nov21.