Addressing atrocity at the local level: Community-based approaches to transitional justice in Central Africa

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Addressing atrocity at the local level: Community-based approaches to transitional justice in Central Africa

The extension of just war theory to include jus post bellum – with its emphasis on rules designed to end war justly – connects closely to debates surrounding transitional justice. Whereas jus post bellum concerns ending conflict in a just manner and establishing a durable peace through the law, transitional justice entails both legal and nonlegal methods for addressing past harm and securing a less aggressive future. This paper looks at the theory and practice of these two concepts in Central Africa.

  • Author
    Phil Clark
  • Year of publication
    January 2012
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