Access Accountability

Access Accountability is an initiative of the Transitional Justice Working Group.

We provide training and resources for human rights documentation groups globally by identifying areas of need and matching them with the expertise required to achieve their goals. Our aim is to assist groups involved in monitoring and documenting human rights abuses in any region, but particularly those who may be looking ahead to a transitional justice process in their local context.

Access Accountability arose from TJWG’s experience as a start-up NGO seeking resources and expertise to guide the development of our structure, projects and systems.

To learn more about Access Accountability, browse our online resources, or request training, visit www.accessaccountability.org

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In addition to online resources, Access Accountability also publishes materials in print. Below are .pdf versions of our printed materials.


Amassing Evidence: Applying Information Technology and Forensic Science in Human Rights Documentation

Conference Report

Amassing Evidence: Applying Information Technology and Forensic Science in Human Rights Documentation

Conference Proceedings

Amassing Evidence: Applying Information Technology and Forensic Science in Human Rights Documentation

Workshop for Practitioners Proceedings