University of Edinburgh School of Law and the Centre of African Studies are hosting a book launch of “Inside Rwanda’s Gacaca Courts, Seeking Justice after Genocide” by Bert Ingeleare.
Astrid Jamar will deliver a LLM Insight Seminar at the University of Edinburgh on transitional justice in Burundi.
Astrid Jamar will present her research on ‘Transitional Justice Battlefield: Practitioners in the Great Lakes Region’ at the Centre for African Studies ‘Africa Week Research Sharing Pecha Kucha’
Astrid Jamar will present a paper at the African Studies Association of the UK and Cambridge Center of African Studies Conference 2016 at the University of Cambridge
Oñati International Institute for the Sociology of Law and Transitional Justice Institute are running a workshop on ‘Local, Regional and International Perspectives on Political Settlement and Transition’ on July 14th and 15th 2016 in Oñati.
Astrid Jamar will present her research on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Burundi at the Political Settlements in Africa Workshop at the University of Birmingham.
The 9th annual Summer School on Transitional Justice will be on the theme of ‘Women and Political Settlements: International, Regional and Local Approaches to Peacemaking’.
Rachel Anderson will present a paper on DDR and reintegration of child soldiers in Sierra Leone at the 41st BISA conference in Edinburgh.
Astrid Jamar will present as part of the panel ‘We Need to Talk about “Transitional Justice”: Idealism or Imperialism? Towards A Neo-Colonial Critique of Post-Conflict Trendy Ideology’ at the Law and Society Annual Meeting in New Orleans.
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