Race, Citizenship and Violence in Transitioning Societies: A Guatemalan Case Study

Race, Citizenship and Violence in Transitioning Societies: A Guatemalan Case Study

The following paper focuses on race, and the nature of negotiated transitions, as well as the thin line between political and social conflict; a line which is often blurred during democratic transitions. In addition to looking at South Africa's own experience (cf. reports in the Race and Citizenship in Transition Series), the paper incorporates an in-depth examination of these same elements during the course of Guatemala's own transition to democracy.

 

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Nahla Valji
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Nahla Valji is a former CSVR Senior Project Manager for the African Transitional justice program. She currently holds the position of Senior Gender Advisor to the Executive Office of Secretary general for the UN. She holds a MA/ Joint Diploma International Relations / Diploma Forced Migration Studies from the York University, BA Political Science from Keele University and BA Political Science/ International Relations
The University of British Columbia.

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