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Brankovic, J. (August 2010). Advocating Justice. Civil Society and Transitional Justice in Africa. Workshop report. CSVR & African Transitional Justice Research Network (pdf 692Kb)

 

Abstract: The “Advocating Justice” workshop brought together Africa-based practitioners and scholars to share experiences and evaluate African civil society’s advocacy for transitional justice on the continent. Drawing on workshop papers and discussions on strategies used in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone, and Liberia, this report examines and highlights local organisations’ central role in shaping transitional justice agendas in Africa.


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Bandeira, M. Higson-Smith, C. Bantjes, M. and Polatin, P. (2010) "The land of milk and honey: A picture of refugee torture survivors presenting for treatment in a South African trauma centre" in Torture Journal Volume 20, No. 2, Journal on Rehabilitation of Torture Victims and Prevention of Torture. (pdf 118Kb)

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Bruce, D. (2010). An Acceptable Price to Pay. The use of lethal force by police in South Africa. Open Society Foundation for South Africa. (pdf 592Kb)