Project Highlights

Sri Lanka: Conflict mapping and archiving

Documentation, research and investigations are all integral to the effectiveness of the transitional justice mechanisms that will be implemented in Sri Lanka. Each mechanism, including a truth commission and judicial mechanism, will need to have access to existing documentation as … read more

Supporting Transitional Justice in Sri Lanka

Since 2012, PIAC has been working to promote truth, justice and accountability for international crimes and human rights violations alleged to have been committed during the decades-long Sri Lankan civil war. From 2012-2015, PIAC’s International Crimes Evidence Project (ICEP) conducted … read more

Sri Lanka: Island of impunity?

PIAC’s International Crimes Evidence Project has played a significant role in promoting accountability for alleged war crimes, crimes against humanity and other human rights violations committed in the final stages of the Sri Lankan civil war. From 2012-2015, PIAC collected … read more

Military detention: uncovering the truth

In 2013, after 5 years of legal wrangling, PIAC obtained a number of previously classified and confidential documents relating to Australia’s involvement in the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq and the treatment of prisoners. The documents reveal that the Australian Government … read more

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