Conflict and Transitional Justice in Africa

4/25/2011

ICTJ

Since the early 1990s, several dozen Sub-Saharan African countries have attempted to address past human rights abuses by relying on a varied mix of transitional justice mechanisms, such as prosecutions, truth-seeking and reconciliation efforts, reparations, or reform of their justice and security systems.

Date published: 
1/1/2009
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