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The Social Life of Policy Reports: Reporting as a Tool in the Transitional Justice Battlefield in Rwanda

The Social Life of Policy Reports: Reporting as a Tool in the Transitional Justice Battlefield in Rwanda Citation:  Access the article here. Policy Points: • Given the ubiquity of reports in aid-dependent policy implementation, this article draws attention to the complex politics and to the contentious role played by international aid organisations involved in the […]

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Everyday in Aidland

Everyday in Aidland Jamar, A. 22 January 2016, University of Edinburgh Return to Multimedia Database.

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Transitional Justice Practitioners in Rwanda

Transitional Justice Practitioners in Rwanda Jamar, A. 3 November 2015, Dundee International Law Society (DILS), University of Dundee) Keywords: Peace Processes Return to Multimedia Forum.

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Conventions of Silence: Emotions and Knowledge Production in War-Affected Research Environments

Conventions of Silence: Emotions and Knowledge Production in War-Affected Research Environments Jamar, A. and Chappuis, F. Return to Multimedia Forum.

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The Transitional Justice ‘Toolkit Approach’ in Burundi: A Fruitless Agenda?

The Transitional Justice ‘Toolkit Approach’ in Burundi: A Fruitless Agenda? Jamar, A. 2 June 2016 Return to Multimedia Forum.

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Conventions of Silence: Emotions and Knowledge Production in War-Affected Research Environments

Conventions of Silence: Emotions and Knowledge Production in War-Affected Research Environments Jamar, A., and Chappuis, F. (December 2016) Abstract: Both academic and policy-orientated research in conflict-affected places occurs principally within the interdisciplinary fields of peace and conflict studies as well as development studies, with strong associations to Political Science and International Relations. The epistemological methodological […]

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Burundi Case Study

Burundi Case Study Jamar, A. (April 2017) Policy points: • This policy brief highlights the limitation of the institutional approach adopted to address ethnic exclusion and to end cycles of violence in Burundi. • It traces how the institutional reforms established a broad and inclusive power-sharing system. It also draws attention to how the transitional agenda […]

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Escalating Conflict in Burundi: The Challenges of Overcoming Radicalisation

Escalating Conflict in Burundi: The Challenges of Overcoming Radicalisation Jamar, A. (2016) Key points: • There is a need to address and accept the multi-layered nature and the different dimensions of the conflict. • In order to create a favourable environment for a sustainable and inclusive political settlement, the radicalisation processes of key actors in […]

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