NEWSLETTER June 2019 NPRCWATCH Stakeholders, Friends and Partners ISSUES INSIDE In this Edition There have been several transitional justice developments in the country in June. In this newsletter, we package these developments for you, so that you get the full picture of the transitional justice landscape in the country. We cover the general developments in the communities and the activities of the NPRC. We also share some of our activities and other global developments. We will feature the NTJWG editorial in which we zoom into the issues that we care about. We welcome your feedback. The NPRC Concludes its Outreach Programme Widow of Slain CIO Boss Demands Justice IN THE NEWS The NPRC Concludes its Outreach Programme From 6 to 7 June 2019 the NPRC was in Bulawayo engaging stakeholders and sectoral groups identifying strategic priorities for 2019 such as public hearings for healing and reconciliation, adoption of mechanisms for early detection of conflicts, national dialogue facilitation, agreements on dates to set-up and members of peace committees. This was the last of its outreach meetings, and they were highly participatory and engaging. This was immediately followed by the establishment of the Provincial Peace Committees. The NPRC Establishes Provincial Peace Committees The NPRC Secretariat Government Refuses to Pay Damages NTJWG Activities 1 NTJWG NEWLETTER JUNE 2019

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