Our Sierra Leone Peace Museum project was featured by The International Center for Transitional Justice, an organization that “works for justice in countries that have endured massive human rights abuses under repression and in conflict.”
The museum’s exhibition aims to narrate the history of the war and the story of the peace process through artifacts. It will also host the archive of public records of both the SCSL and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, as well as other historic documents related to the country’s recent history. The grounds will include a Memorial Garden dedicated as place of reflection for victims of the conflict.
Through its mobile outreach team, the museum will bring its exhibitions to schools and communities outside Freetown. It also plans to partner with historic sites around the country to help preserve and memorialize places of importance for communities who were affected by the war.
Read a PDF of the article here, or read on The International Center for Transitional Justice’s website.
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