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|Title:||Conflict Series: Building Durable Peace: Transitional Justice in Conflict Situations|
||How can transitional justice approaches be used to build a durable peace in countries experiencing conflict and turmoil? Graeme Simpson discusses the various ways in which justice and the rule of law can stem rather than fuel conflict and refers to several illustrative examples, including Uganda and the Sudan. Discussing these issues is Graeme Simpson, director of country programs, International Center for Transitional Justice; Professor of International Justice, Columbia University.|
|Author:||NYU Wagner Public Se|
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|MP3 Filesize:||14.93 MB|