TLF ID R9897
This is an edited sound recording of Kevin Parker, vice-president of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), describing how most people accused of human rights violations before the ICTY have not been remorseful. He suggests that it is therefore difficult for the victims of abuses to offer forgiveness. However, Parker believes that the ICTY is helping new generations to recognise past wrongs and to look to a better future with remorse and forgiveness. The recording was made in July 2008.