Health and Reparations Project (HARP)

IJP, their Darfurian allies and Institute for the Liberal Arts at Boston College launched the Health and Reparations Project (HARP) on October 23, 2012 at Boston College. IJP Co-Founders Wanda Akin and Raymond Brown presented on the forgotten genocide in Darfur and the need for transitional justice for the Darfurian people, launching HARP to more than 100 people, including Boston College students and faculty, IJP partner organizations, NGOs, human rights activists from the region, friends and family.

Follow the links below to learn more about HARP or click here to read the full HARP 2012 Project Launch Report.

What is HARP and what does the project entail?

What are the key objectives of HARP?

How does the concept of reparations fit into the project?

How was the idea for HARP conceived?

Our HARP Partners from the Institute for the Liberal Arts at Boston College

Seeking justice for victims of mass atrocities

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