The Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement and the International Center for Transitional Justice recently wrapped two years of research on "Transitional Justice and Displacement." The "project explored the ways in which transitional justice processes can address forced migration, involve refugees and IDPs, and support durable solutions to displacement. The results of this project suggest that transitional justice may be an important part of effective responses to forced migration. At the same time, incorporating displacement as a critical human rights concern may strengthen transitional justice initiatives."
Findings were presented at a panel discussion in New York and an event in Washington, DC. Project outputs include the following:
- a book entitled Transitional Justice and Displacement, ed. by Roger Duthie (Social Science Research Council, July 2012),
- a series of case studies, and
- a final project report
Other recent publications include:
Advancing Accountability: Displacement and Transitional Justice (UpFront Blog, July 2012) [text]
The Crime of Displacement: Holding Leaders Accountable (Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement, May 2012) [text]
Displacement, Transitional Justice and Reconciliation: Assumptions, Challenges and Lessons, Policy Briefing no. 9 (RSC, April 2012) [text]
Ending the 2006 Internal Displacement Crisis in Timor-Leste: Between Humanitarian Aid and Transitional Justice, Migration Research Series, no. 44 (IOM, June 2012) [text via ReliefWeb]
Where Law Meets Reality: Forging African Transitional Justice (Pambazuka Press, July 2012) [info]
- See esp. chapter entitled "The nexus between forced migration and transitional justice."
Zimbabwe: Taking Transitional Justice to the Diaspora (Chatham House, April 2012) [text]
CFP: International Journal of Transitional Justice [info]
- Submit abstracts for a special issue on "The role of international criminal justice in transitional justice" by 1 March 2013.
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