Introduction -- Concepts of peace and the politics of justice in Africa -- Truth and reconciliation commissions in Africa -- Transitional justice and the politics of gender -- The International Criminal Tribunal in Rwanda -- Sierra Leone's special court -- Indigenous justice? : the cases of Rwanda and Mozambique -- The International Criminal Court : problems and prospects -- Conclusion and policy recommendations
Whether moving from armed conflict; the end of authoritarian rule; or systematic state repression, there is often a demand in Africa's post-conflict societies for justice that is often counter-balanced by the need for reconciliation. A key focus of the concerns captured in this seminar report is an analysis of the dilemmas posed by the establishment of peace without justice, as opposed to the establishment of justice without peace
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