The Gujarat-massacre in India has far reaching consequences for the Muslim survivorsSome of the worst religious violence in India’s recent history took place on the 27th of February 2002 in the state of Gujarat. RCT has conducted interviews with some of the survivors from the attack, who still live in these ghetto-like settlements.
Amitha Priyanthi: Five Sri Lankan CasesA woman fighting for justice in the case of her brother during the last seven years. Care and carelessness existing side by side in Sri Lanka.
Anthony Fernando: Five Sri Lankan CasesA compensation claim resulting in a year's "rigorous imprisonment" for contempt of court, speaking too loudly. Behind the curtain of rules that the judiciary so carefully maintains, there are no rules.
Lalith Rajapakse: Five Sri Lankan CasesA victim of abuse, and then a victim again in the course of seeking to rectify the wrong.
Palitha Tissa Kumara: Five Sri Lankan CasesA case that reminds us of the pathology underlying the excess of violence and abuse. At its root, the problem of injustice in Sri Lanka is a psychological problem.
Angaline Roshana: Five Sri Lankan CasesWeak laws were the reason Angaline Roshana had to be assaulted in police custody and deprived of her legal rights. The law had to be broken to keep the law.
Memory of NationA European Internet portal of witness accounts from the period of totalitarian regimes during the 20th century. Builing up a digital archive of accounts from people who lived and fought under the different regimes.