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  • The Reckoning Project

    Свідчить Україна DONATE NOW What We Do У нашій команді – визнані у світі журналісти, документалісти, науковці, юристи, розслідувачі воєнних злочинів. Вони працювали у Сирії, Чечні, Руанді та Боснії. Ми на власному гіркому досвіді знаємо, як легко втрачається справедливість і які руйнівні наслідки ця втрата несе для стійкості миру та історичної пам’яті. Дезінформація та диктатори дуже часто беруть гору. Наше завдання – більше ніколи цього не допустити. Featured Justice Initiatives The Reckoning Project files a criminal complaint in Republic of Argentina. Recent Media Features 16 бер. 2023 р. Reckoning Project documents Russian atrocities in Ukraine The journalist Nataliya Gumenyuk and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Oleksandra Matviichuk share the same goal: to document potential Russian... 11 бер. 2023 р. My case against Russia’s war criminals Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine a year ago I’ve been working with an alliance of journalists and lawyers, the Reckoning Project, to... 25 лют. 2023 р. One year on, Ukrainians are full of anger and a sense of duty. But the overriding feeling is guilt During the first months of the Russian invasion, in one of the frontline villages in the southern Kherson region, I met several... Stay Current with TRP We are constantly in the field, at high-level governmental and international meetings and conferences around the world. We are present in legal processes and international publications. Stay current with us by following our Instagram feed . The Reckoning Project Methodology We focus on individuals, stories and testimonies , and the human e lement of crimes. Evidence is collected in real-time or shortly after an atrocity occurs. We are governed by the Do No Harm Principle and the Berkeley Protocol . Our interview methodology ensures we do not contaminate evidence - researchers make s ure the witness is genuinely consenting before we begin interviews. We ask open and non-leading questions. Our researchers are trained in recognizing trauma and avoiding re-traumatizing someone who is telling their story. Our verification is correct, concise and concrete. ​ The witness testimonies we collect are being featured in international outlets to make sure that justice in all its forms is not forgotten, even as war retreats from the front pages. VIEW JUSTICE INITIATIVES ARCHIVE Leveraging Media Resources We leverage the media relationships built over decades by our staff, researchers, and board members to keep human rights atrocities at the forefront of discussi on s happening in print, onli ne, and on television. ​ Testimonies collected by our researchers are regularly cited and shared, and the consistent spotlight on atrocities helps expedite justice for victims of war crimes. VIEW MEDIA ARCHIVE Our Team У нашій команді – визнані у світі журналісти, документалісти, науковці, юристи, розслідувачі воєнних злочинів. Вони працювали у Сирії, Чечні, Руанді та Боснії. Ми на власному гіркому досвіді знаємо, як легко втрачається справедливість і які руйнівні наслідки ця втрата несе для стійкості миру та історичної пам’яті. Дезінформація та диктатори дуже часто беруть гору. Наше завдання – більше ніколи цього не допустити. НАША КОМАНДА MEET OUR BOARD

  • Mission | The Reckoning Project

    Our Mission “Above all, what The Reckoning Project wants, is to eradicate impunity and bring justice.” – Janine di Giovanni ​ The Reckoning Project fights for truth and just ice, and against disinformation and impunity, both in the court of public opinion and the courts of law. Our team has learned firsthand that in too many horrifying conflicts, national and international courts have dismissed testimonies collected by journalists due to discrepancies between legal and journalistic modes of investigation. The Reckoning Project is closing this gap by training conflict journalists and researchers to swiftly record, collect, and conserve witness statements in a way to preserve their integrity for use in a court of law. We also ensure that any published stories in the court of public opinion are grounded in law. We counter propaganda and disinformation by writing the truth. ​ The truth is in our evidence, and evidence does not lie. Beyond the scope of using testimonies to secure justice, we strive to ensure that the agony of victims of human rights abuses is never forgotten, even as war retreats from the headlines. Multimedia projects, including digital storytelling, are being used to illustrate experiences and to memorialize our findings. The Reckoning Project partners with the Weiser Center for Europe & Eurasia at the University of Michigan , whose team created a website featuring two interactive maps and an archive of testimonies. The website serves as a pedagogical tool and memorial to the victims of the war in Ukraine. ​ ​ ​ ​ JUSTICE / OUR METHODS

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    Contact Us The Reckoning Project team welcomes any questions, comments, or feedback about our work. You can also follow us on social media outlets for updates on upcoming and ongoing projects. First name Last name Email Subject Home Country Country Message Send Thanks for your message!

  • Support | The Reckoning Project

    Support the Work of The Reckoning Project The Reckoning Project seeks to radically shift the paradigms that have made it nearly impossible to achieve justice for war crimes in past conflicts. Our current challenge is to scale quickly and bring perpetrators of human rights abuses to face their day in court. To grow, we need new supporters and partners. J oin us in supporting The Reckoning Project. Partner With Us Do you, your organization, or your institution align with our cause? The Reckoning Project remains open to partnerships and other forms of collaboration in support of our mission. Contact us with inquiries and proposals of cooperation. Together, we can ensure that justice in all its forms is not forgotten. CONTACT US 300+ testimonies collected 30+ Ukranian researchers trained 28 news outlets featuring TRP content Partners and Donors The Reckoning Project is a member of the Ukraine 5 AM Coalition , a union of human rights organizations that collect and document war crimes and crimes against humanity committed during the Russian armed aggression in Ukraine. The Public Interest Journalism Lab team co-founded The Reckoning Project in March 2022. The Reckoning Project was made possible thanks to the generous support of the American people, provided through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The Reckoning Project is also supported by the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) . The Reckoning Project’s work is made possible with the generous support of the Howard G. Buffett Foundation . The Reckoning Project analysis is made possible through the efforts of the political scientists, coders, legal experts, and sociologists of The Ronald and Eileen Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia (WCEE), housed in the University of Michigan International Institute. The Reckoning Project is also supported by Open Society Foundations . The Reckoning Project is grateful for the legal support from the Allard K. Lowenstein International Human Rights Clinic (the Lowenstein Clinic) within Yale Law School. University of Michigan x The Reckoning Project Partnership The Reckoning Project partners with the Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia (WCEE) at the University of Michigan, led by the project’s Principal Investigator Geneviève Zubrzycki, WCEE Director and William H. Sewell Jr. Collegiate Professor of Sociology. WCEE’s team translates, edits, analyzes, and archives testimonies collected by The Reckoning Project. Undergraduate research assistants were trained for the project through Professor Zubrzycki’s Sociology course “War Crimes, Law, and Memory: Safeguarding Testimonies from the War in Ukraine'' at the University of Michigan. On February 24, 2024, WCEE launched an interactive website that serves as a pedagogical tool and memorial to the victims of the war. The site's key feature is two interactive maps, each allowing the user to visualize patterns of mass violence in unique ways. The Incident Map shows the location of violent acts against civilians documented by The Reckoning Project. Users can zoom in and out to explore incidents in a specific region and then view details by clicking on the red dot. When zoomed out, the number appearing in a larger red circle represents the number of incidents clustered in a specific area. The Troop Movement Map provides a timeline of incidents in relation to the movements of Russian and Ukrainian soldiers. The slider on the bottom of the screen allows users to navigate the map in 1-week increments. The troop movement data is adapted from political scientist Yuri M. Zhukov's VIINA 2.0 / Violent Incident Information from News Articles near-real-time data system. Entries in the Archive of Testimonies contain basic information and a brief description of incidents. Those shown on the website are considered for legal prosecution, which prohibits the disclosure of certain information. The identities of witnesses, victims, and The Reckoning Project's researchers are concealed to ensure their safety. WCEE is currently developing lesson plans for high school and college-level courses based on the website and The Reckoning Project’s publications, and will perform outreach to students, educators, and researchers.

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