Equity and Reconciliation Commission
The Equity and Reconciliation Commission of Morocco (Instance Equité et Réconciliation) (2004-2005) was mandated to investigate the extent and nature of gross human rights committed from 1956 until 1999. The commission was charged with investigating allegations of unresolved forced disappearances and to investigate state actors and other parties that may have been involved in those disappearances. Its founding legislation also states that the commission would compensate for both material and moral damages that victims sustained. Compensation included both monetary compensation and psychological and medical rehabilitation for victims. The commission produced a final report on its findings.
|Established||Conflict Period||Mandate||Final Report||Peace Agreement|
|2004, by royal decree||1956-1999||Dahir No. 1.04.42 of the 19th of Safar 1425 Approving Statutes of the Equity and Reconciliation Commission (2004)||2005 Final Report Summary; Vol. 1; Vol. 2; Vol. 3; Vol. 4; Vol. 5