Ms. Noor Nakibuuka Musisi is a lawyer with special interest in health and related Human Rights. She holds a Master of laws degree from Makerere University and has 10 years’ experience in programme /project management, Research, Community empowerment, litigation and advocacy for health rights related cases including sexual and reproductive health rights cases, coalition building, and trainings. She is the Director of Programmes at the Center for Health, Human rights and Development (CEHURD).
Getrude Dyabene is an Advocate with experience in public policy, litigation, women, child and PWD rights, gender and health issues. She has experience in community-mobilization and capacity-building on Human Rights, women and child rights and an understanding of HIV and law, legal-practice, gender, advocacy, Health and Human Rights in Tanzania. She is currently working with the Legal and Human Rights Center (LHRC) as a Women, Children and PWDs Program Officer.
Belice is a lawyer and health rights advocate with over a decade’s experience implementing programs on the right to health and HIV. She has hands on experience in community , national and international level experience in advocacy and litigation on socioeconomic and political issues that affect the promotion and protection of the right to health. She currently serves as a Legal Adviser, Health at IDLO.
Ms. Raffaella Pizzamiglio is a Research Specialist at the International Development Law Organization. She holds a degree in international and European Law and an Advanced LLM in Peace, Justice and Development. Since 2015, she has conducted empirical and desk research to support evidence-based policy, advocacy and programming with a focus on human rights, the rule of law, facilitating access to justice in fragile and post-conflict settings, and advancing gender equality.
Ms. Zainab Malik is a Program Development Specialist at the International Development Law Organization (IDLO). She has over a decade of experience in legal practice, policy, advocacy and programming on Security and Rule of Law (SROL), human rights and gender equality.
Dr. Geoff Dancy is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Tulane University. He studies international human rights law, international tribunals, transitional justice, and pragmatism. His work uses evidence to demonstrate that, despite persistent criticism from left and right, human rights institutions have produced positive impacts in the world. He is a former director and current consultant for the Transitional Justice Research Collaborative.
Ibtihel Abdellatif is a Tunisian researcher and activist. She was founder and president of the organization Nisa’ Tounsiat. She is a former commissioner at the Tunisia Truth and Dignity Commission where she was President of its Women Committee.
Salif Nimaga is a Peacebuilding Consultant with more than 15 years of academic and programming experience in the areas of peacebuilding and transitional justice. A lawyer and sociologist by training, Salif is an accomplished DM&E professional providing support to conflict analysis, strategic programme design, theories of change, conflict-sensitive monitoring as well as formal evaluations. He recently finished a thematic review of TJ projects supported by the UN Peacebuilding Fund.
Mateo Porciúncula is a development practitioner, researcher, and ICTJ’s resident design, monitoring, and evaluation expert. Mateo has worked in the development field since 2007, including advising UNDP, PAHO, governments and other development aid international organizations. Mateo holds a master’s degree in Development Evaluation and Management from the Institute of Development Policy at the University of Antwerp and a B.A. in Political Science from the Universidad de la República in Uruguay.
This session addresses the types of data that can be realistically collected in fragile and conflict-affected settings where transitional justice processes are often implemented. It will discuss appropriate indicators, how evidence could better inform policy options, and how measurement of transitional justice fits within the Sustainable Development Goals.