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Title: Transitional justice and peacebuilding : ICTJ Multi-Year Initiative; final technical report (February 1, 2008 – February 1, 2012)
Authors: de Greiff, Pablo
Issue Date: 1-Feb-2012
Publisher: International Center for Transitional Justice, New York, NY, US
Abstract: This final technical report provides a thorough review of a multi-year ICTJ research initiative supported by IDRC, including substantive achievements and lessons learned. Initially focused on the relationship between transitional justice and peacebuilding, the initiative evolved in the direction of a more focused examination of the implications and challenges of pursuing transitional justice in new (including post-conflict) contexts, and in particular of the links between transitional justice, security, and development. The initiative comprised four separate research projects—on transitional justice and identities; transitional justice outreach; explanatory accounts of how transitional justice measures work; and transitional justice in relation to different paradigms of state and conflict. The research supported by this grant, which makes a significant contribution to the development of the field of transitional justice, formed part of a long-standing and important relationship between IDRC and ICTJ.
Project Number: 104729
Project Title: Transitional Justice and Peacebuilding : International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ)
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Appears in Collections:2010-2019 / Années 2010-2019
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