Memory, Truth & Justice

MEMORY, TRUTH & JUSTICE is a project to document, archive and share personal stories of survivors and families of the victims of the armed conflict in Nepal from 1996 – 2006. A multimedia project using audio, video and photo as a medium, the project seeks to preserve and dignify their memories by recording testimonies from survivors and families of the victims, and by sharing them with the community at large with a purpose of education and remembrance. By the conclusion of a year of the project, the project will document at least a hundred video testimonies with accompanying text and photo components, create a website to host these stories, and launch a series of events and exhibition for general public. Educational and advocacy materials will also be produced for students, advocates and researchers interested in the issue of transitional justice.