Catherine Cissé van den Muijsenbergh is Executive Director of the IHJR and expert in international criminal justice and human rights law. Ms. Cissé van den Muijsenbergh has served in various legal capacities at the International Criminal Tribunals for the Former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda, as well as the International Criminal Court and the African Union High Level Panel on Darfur. She has also worked for the Centre National pour la Recherche Scientifique in Paris and for the Commission of the European Union in Brussels.
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Ties Olivier Schelfhout is the Program and Finance Officer at the IHJR. He has a background in history, International Relations and International Law. He has previously worked on several conflict situations such as the post-election Ivory Coast and the Rwandan genocide, in both the public and private sector. Email Ties Olivier Schelfhout
Nico Plasier serves as a Senior Advisor.
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Darko Arabadzic, Regional Adviser
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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 The Hague.
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2011 has been a fruitful and eventful year as during which the Institute has been able to make a meaningful contribution to the field of transitional justice. This annual report draws special attention to the outcomes of IHJR projects. The year 2011 was marked by the release of 8 volumes on shared history of the former Yugoslavia, the Middle East, Kenya, considerable progress on the project in Armenia and Turkey and a diverse range of dissemination activities.
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The CHDR is an outcome of the IHJR Project in the Former Yugoslavia.