Rwanda history has been marked by various periods of conflicts characterized by different degrees of violence. They have been reoccurring as a result of unresolved grievances from the previous ones and lack of access to free and fair justice for the victims.

The best ways to address grievances in post conflict society is to provide and ensure justice to all the victims.

This can be achieved effectively if principles of justice are guided by a narrative constructed in truth telling format organised at both local and national levels.

Experiences of other countries that have had conflicts have demonstrated that truth-telling play an important role in providing justice, preventing reocurrence of civil war and reconciling communities and individuals.