Date of Implementation: 2014 (Ongoing)
To explore the legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal of the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) on peace, justice, truth, and reconciliation in the Balkans and beyond.
Seeking Truth in the Balkans is a documentary project that explores the legacy of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) from the human rights versus the jurisprudential perspective. The film's directors June E. Vutrano and Erin K. Lovall interviewed over 100 lawyers, academics, journalists, human rights activists, victims groups, politicians, and many others in New York City, Washington D.C., London, The Hague, Serbia, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, and Kosovo in an attempt to gather as many recollections and opinions to best determine what is the "truth" of the ICTY's enduring legacy.
PCRC is now working to transcribe all interviews conducted for the film in order to create a database that houses the important information uncovered during the filmmaking process. All interviews will be made accessible to the public.