The TJN hosts a number of workshops and public meetings throughout the year at the University of Essex to provide exclusive insights into key transitional justice issues. Our events are also a forum to enrich the discussion on our different thematic areas and to create a space to present different and informed views.
Our Seventh Annual Lecture will be held on the 13 July 2017, at the University of Essex. Our last annual lecture, which was held on the 6 June 2016 with guest speaker Catalina Diaz. For more details on ETJN events, please see our conference, summer school, seminar and lecture pages or take a look at our Events Timeline page.
The other domain of ETJN activities is in Transitional Justice and the Arts.The Transitional Justice Network runs a monthly film series, and organises a number of other kinds of activities, such as exhibitions and plays. For example, from November 2012 to March 2013 Escala ran an exhibition entitled "Karmadavis: Art, Justice, Transition" at Firstsite, Colchester, which was guest curated by TJN co-convenor Sanja Bahun. In November 2013, the University of Essex, in collaboration with the Centre for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), Essex Collection of Art from Latin America (ESCALA), and the Human Rights Centre also held an event focussing on Chile in the forty years since the ousting of Salvador Allende.