Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Grenada
Report on certain political events
which occurred in Grenada 1976-1991

VOLUME ONE

PART 4

Section 10:

OBSTACLES TO HEALING AND RECONCILIATION IN GRENADA AS IDENTIFIED BY THE TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION COMMISSION

CONCERN FOR VICTIMS

Another obstacle identified by the T.R.C. to healing and reconciliation in Grenada has been the apparent lack of adequate concern by successive governments, churches, and other agencies for those who suffered, and the families of those who lost their lives during the period under review.

RECOMMENDATION:

The T.R.C. recommends here that whenever there is a tragedy, or there are tragedies of the nature and magnitude as occurred during the period under review, that concern for victims and families of victim, should be a matter of priority. For example, offering compensation or some form of reparation, provision of counseling, and any other measures that may help those persons in their suffering.

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