Public Perceptions on Transitional Justice in Syria

This publication named Report of Findings from Focus Group Research: Public Perceptions on Transitional Justice in Syria was written by Menapolis and produced at the request of IWPR with the objective of sharing information in support of the transitional process in Syria.


In an effort to understand public perceptions of Syrians regarding transitional justice and reconciliation in Syria, Menapolis conducted a total of 12 focus groups and 3 interviews between December 2013 and March 2014 with several stakeholders. They included members of civil society organizations, journalists, opposition leaders, local council members and families of victims in the regime and opposition-held areas.

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