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Children and Transitional Justice: Truth-Telling, Accountability and Reconciliation

3 September 2010
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Nobel Peace Prize Winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu visited UNICEF House, where he met with UNICEF Executive Director Ann M. Veneman and launched a new publication that explores why any successful transition from war to peace must ensure that children have a place - and a voice - in helping to build a peaceful and stable future.

The visit was paid on the occasion of the launch of the UNICEF IRC - Harvard publication 'Children and Transitional Justice: Truth-Telling, Accountability and Reconciliation'.

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