Strengthening Transitional Justice Through Engagement with Transitional and Faith-based Actors: An Assessment Toolkit

Strengthening Transitional Justice Through Engagement with Transitional and Faith-based Actors: An Assessment Toolkit

This toolkit is the output of a project of the Global Initiative for Justice, Truth and Reconciliation and is driven by the understanding that involving faith-based organizations in transitional justice processes requires a proper analysis of their role and potential contribution. It has been informed by a set of case studies covering key contexts in which religious and faith-based actors participated in formal or informal transitional justice processes that sought to understand the impact of their participation, or lack of it, on these processes. Contexts comprised Guatemala, Northern Ireland, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tibet and Tunisia. Additional input was sought from academic and practice literature from a range of other relevant contexts and multi-context research studies.

 

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