NPC’s People Unite for Justice and Accountability (PUJA) project represents a significant step towards reconciliation and peacebuilding in the country. With a focus on independent, credible and transparent transitional justice processes, PUJA aims to redress past grievances and pave the path for a cohesive society.

During the orientation meetings with partner organizations Center for Human Rights and Development, Peace and Community Action and Right to Life the discussions focussed on the commitment to ethically and sensibly capturing stories while ensuring that stories are collected and shared with dignity and respect.

Amplifying voices and fostering empathy, the project and its partners reaffirmed their dedication to upholding ethical standards in narrative documentation and dissemination. The discussions facilitated a better understanding of each partnering organization's policies and boundaries, ensuring due respect for these boundaries in collaborative efforts.

The project prioritizes staff wellbeing through upcoming psychosocial support workshops. By providing essential tools for self-care, the project ensures the resilience of its team members, thereby enhancing their effectiveness in addressing challenging tasks.

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