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Justice and Peace

Conflict
Human Rights
Peace
Transitional justice
P469
Briony Jones
University of Warwick
Carles Fernández Torné
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Friday 11:15 - 13:00 (28/08/2020)


Abstract

One of the logics of transitional justice advocacy and practice is that addressing a past of large scale human rights violations will contribute to a future of peace. With the consolidation of the field of transitional justice, transitional justice measures have also been increasingly used in post-conflict contexts or as a constitutive element of liberal peacebuilding. This panel discusses such interlinkages between justice and peace processes. It does so from various conceptual and methodological perspectives, and with a focus on different types of processes, such as the negotiations of transitional justice provisions in peace agreements; the implementation of processes of demobilization, disarmament and reintegration of former combatants; or the use of justice measures during conflict.

Title Details
Transitional Justice Under Fire: Exploring Drivers and Motivations for Pursuing Truth, Justice and Reparations Amidst Civil War in Colombia View Paper Details
Framing Peace Processes: International Policies, Strategies, and Laws in the Colombian Armed Conflict View Paper Details
ICTY and Grassroots Mobilization for Justice: Insights from Bosnia and Herzegovina View Paper Details