Recent News from the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation

logo Presenting our bloggers: Tiffany Wong and Ludo Aerts - The IHJR hereby welcomes Tiffany Wong and Ludo Aerts, two students of the University of Leiden who will be writing a series of blog posts about the relationship between criminal courts and history, showing how the law actively consumes and produces historical narratives. Focusing on relevant cases from around the world, they will reflect on […]
affiche ‘Crossing Borders’ now in Istanbul - The IHJR is very proud to announce that the Institut Français in Istanbul will, in partnership with the IHJR, launch a photo exhibition ‘Franchir les Frontrières’ in Istanbul on March 26 to May 7, 2015. The exposition is based on the IHJR project ‘Crossing Borders between Turkey and Armenia’, marked by a landmark photo exhibition launched […]
Two sides of the Coin Photo Panel Discussion: From Conflicting Narratives to Peace and Reconciliation in Israel/Palestine - On 4 March, The Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation, Leiden University and The Hague Institute for Global Justice are hosting Professor Motti Golani, Chair of the International Israel Studies Program of Tel Aviv University, and Dr. Adel Manna, Senior Research Fellow of the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, who will present their joint IHJR-publication on […]

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The Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (IHJR) works with educational and public policy institutions to organize and sponsor historical discourse in pursuit of acknowledgement, and the resolution of historical disputes. Founded in 2004, the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (IHJR) is an independent, nonprofit institution based in Leiden.