1 Jan 2004

Supporting Justice, Co-Existence and Reconciliation after Armed Conflict: Strategies for Dealing with the Past

Handbook Article

Explores different approaches to investigating and regulating past injustices in the aftermath of armed conflict. The author reviews the potential and risks associated with tribunals, community courts and truth commissions, and discusses how amnesty, reparation and grassroots initiatives for reconciliation can contribute to conflict transformation. (revised for 2004 print edition)

Gunnar Theissen


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