The Transitional Justice Working Group Strategic Plan
Civil society engagement in the transitional justice process is essential to create a platform for national dialogue. Therefore, civil society organizations (CSOs) require a coherent and united voice in order to present a cohesive front among other stakeholders in the process. The instrumental role of civil society’s involvement in transitional justice coupled with the need for a coordinated and unified approach, forms the rationale for the establishment of the civil society Transitional Justice Working Group (TJWG).
In order to effectively play this role, the TJWG designed a strategic plan. This plan was designed and created by this group during an intensive series of discussions, drafting and reviews throughout February – May 2016. The TJWG’s strategic plan represents a five-year strategy to ensure that civil society plays an essential role in the effective implementation of transitional justice processes in South Sudan. It sets out the TJWG’s vision, mission, objectives, goals and activities.
The plan can be downloaded here: