Transitional Justice from Women’s Perspectives

Still after seven years of official beginning of the peace process there are thousands of family members waiting to know the whereabouts of their loved ones and thousands others who are still waiting for justice. Women who suffered from direct violence and discrimination before, during and after conflict still have a long way to go to get heard and become visible. Although some efforts have been made for justice, there is still a need for proper monitoring and analysis to ensure proper justice and remedies for women. The perpetrators of war crimes and violence are institutionalized as today’s leaders, body guards and supporters; jeopardizing the access to justice for the direct and indirect victims of conflict and violence.