Working in close collaboration with local human rights organizations, we use our scholarly research to assist victims of gross human rights violations and their families in their search for truth, justice, and reparations, and to promote socio-economic and institutional reforms to prevent harm repetition. We have partnered with a number of international human rights lawyers to assist them in the defense of victims of human rights violations in contexts of civil wars and criminal wars, including the development of ad-hoc truth-seeking processes, providing contextual analysis as input in the criminal prosecution of perpetrators, and elaborating programs of reparations. We are also prepared to serve as expert witnesses in the elaboration of Amicus Curiae reports supporting victims’ demands for institutional and legal reforms to prevent harm repetition for them and future generations.