Transitioning Toward Gender Justice: A Trend Analysis of 13 African Cases

Transitioning Toward Gender Justice: A Trend Analysis of 13 African Cases

To demonstrate the need for a broader understanding of gender justice within transitional justice processes, this policy brief draws upon a study conducted by CSVR on the drivers and impacts of TJ in Africa. The study examined gender trends emerging from 13 African countries that had state-led TJ processes between 1990 and 2011, and their impacts up until 2016. The policy brief advocates for policy-makers to adopt a broader and more meaningful understanding of gender justice, and to incorporate it into their TJ policymaking.

 

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Maxine Rubin
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