The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada has a difficult job before it.
What does TARC stand for?
TARC stands for Truth and Reconciliation Commission (various locations)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 123 other meanings of TARC in our Acronym Attic
- Theater Army Replacement Command
- Thymus and Activation Regulated Chemokine
- Top Antireflective Coating (semiconductor processing)
- Total Active Reflection Coefficient
- Traffic Accident Research Centre (Volvo/Thai government facility in Bangkok, Thailand)
- Training and Research Center (various organizations)
- Transit Authority of River City
- Tri-City Asset Reinvestment Company
- Tropical Agricultural Research Center (Japan)
- Troubled Agency Recovery Center (HUD)
- Tunku Abdul Rahman College
- Target Combat Air Patrol
- Tape Archive
- Threshold ARCH (AutoRegressive Conditional Heteroskedasticity)
- Tonal Adaptive Resolution COdec
- Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments
- United States Army Tank-Automotive Materiel Readiness Command
- United States Army Tank-Automotive Materiel Readiness Command, Selfridge
- Taiwanese-American Reformed Church in Queens
- Technical Architecture Requirements Database
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Caption: (From left) Wilton Littlechild, commissioner with the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, was joined by chair Justice Murray Sinclair and commissioner Marie Wilson at the opening ceremonies June 16 of the TRC's first national event.
In announcing the appointments, Indian and Northern Affairs Minister Chuck Strahl said, "While it is regrettable that there were setbacks in the first year, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and its staff have been hard at work pursuing endeavors towards the fulfillment of its mandate, such as increasing communications and outreach activities, continuing dialogue with parties and survivor organizations.
Those words hold considerable promise as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) begins its work this year.
Introduction After 14 years of civil war that left 200,000 dead and a million displaced in a small country of four million people, in 2003 Liberia's warring factions concluded a peace agreement that called for the creation of a truth and reconciliation commission (TRC) as part of the process of restoring and rebuilding the nation.
Tutu, for instance, defended the conditional amnesty of South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission not only as a pragmatic alternative to civil war, but also as an element of an altogether different form of justice from retributivism--restorative justice.