The BBC's John James in Abidjan says that a year after the Truth, Reconciliation and Dialogue Commission was set up, many Ivorians complain that it has achieved little.
The panel includes football star Didier Drogba, representing Ivorians abroad.
Some 3,000 people were killed in a dispute after the December 2010 poll.
Laurent Gbagbo refused to accept defeat to President Alassane Ouattara, who eventually ousted his rival with the help of former rebel forces, the UN and former colonial power France.
Ivory Coast's commission, led by former Prime Minister Charles Konan Banny, is modelled on South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which was established after the end of apartheid.
But our reporter says that halfway through its mandate, it has yet to make much of an impact in healing the country's wounds after last year's divisive conflict.
The national consultation groups planned for the beginning of June have yet to start work due to a lack of funds.