Truth Commissions

Panel Discussion: Integrating Forced Migration and Transitional Justice

This panel video provides insights into the intersections between forced migration and transitional justice. It is a discussion organised by the Centre for the Study of Violence and the International Coalition of Sites of Conscience ...

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Transitional Justice and Peacebuilding: Is There a Role for Faith-based Actors?

As South Africa mourns the passing of Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, it is a moment to reflect on the role that faith-based actors play in transitional justice and in the maintenance of peaceful societies.Tutu's activism ...

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African Truth Commissions and Survivors of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence

Within the international development and human rights communities, awareness of the use of conflict-related sexual violence (CRSV) as a tool of war has grown significantly over the past two decades. Truth commission have emerged as ...

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Accountability and National Reconciliation in South Africa

This paper offers an exploration of the state of accountability and reconciliation in South Africa, calling for a look not only at the agenda and impact of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission but also at ...

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Negotiating Transition: The Limits of the South African Model for the Rest of Africa

This report provides information and details from the seminar, ‘Negotiating Transition: The Limits of the South African Model for the Rest of Africa,’. The seminar explored the impact that the South African model of transitional ...

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Trials and Truth Commissions: Seeking Accountability in the Aftermath of Violence

Nahla Valji looks to uncover and reflect on the objectives, potency and obstacles that are so prevalent in the establishment of a trials and truth commission.  She makes use of key references such as the ...

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