The main objective of this volume is to provide a better understanding of the political, judicial and social forces driving the establishment and operation of transitional justice (TJ) mechanisms after violent conflict. Addressing past human rights violations through TJ mechanisms such as trials, truth commissions and reparations is a persistent demand in many countries emerging from violent conflict. However, these demands are not always met: TJ processes are often aborted, deferred due to compromise, hijacked, or otherwise obstructed. In order to understand why TJ demands are dealt with in such different ways, we need to look at the decision-making processes associated with such demands.
In this volume:
- Drivers of Justice after Violent Conflict: An Introduction
Skaar, Elin and Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm
- A Conflict Does Not Rot: State and Civil Society Responses to Civil War Offences in Mozambique
Igreja, Victor and Elin Skaar
- Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL): Impartial or Imposed International Justice?
Knudsen, Are John, Sari Hanafi
WAR IN SUDAN 15 APRIL 2023: BACKGROUND, ANALYSIS AND SCENARIOS
Nowhere to run: The dilemmas of Eritrean refugees in war-wrecked Sudan
Adam Babekir, Lovise Aalen
Corruption and anti-corruption within the research sector and higher education system in Mozambique
Author: Caitlin Maslen (TI), Reviewers: Aldemiro Bande (Centro de Integridade Pública), Mihaylo Milovanovitch (Center for Applied Policy and Integrity), Carmeliza Rosario (CMI)
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