Between 1963 and 2008 Kenya experienced systematic atrocities,
economic crimes, ethnic violence, and the illegal taking of land.
To come to terms with these historical injustices and gross
violations of human rights, the Kenyan Truth, Justice and
Reconciliation Commission (TJRC) was established. From the
perspective of an insider and academic expert, The Kenyan TJRC: An
Outsider's View from the Inside reveals for the first time the
debates and decisions made within the Commission, including how the
Kenyan Commission became the first such commission to recommend
that its Chair be prosecuted for gross violations of human rights.
This book is one of the few insider accounts of a truth commission,
and one of the few that reflects on the limitations and
opportunities of such a commission. The Kenyan TJRC provides
lessons and recommendations to those interested in addressing
historical injustices through a truth commission process. The full
copy of the Final Report of the Kenyan TJRC, along with other
supporting documents, can be found at the following site:
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