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Ainley, Kirsten

Evaluating Transitional Justice

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Table of contents

1. Transitional Justice in Sierra Leone: Theory, History and Evaluation
Kirsten Ainley, Rebekka Friedman, Chris Mahony

2. Evaluating the Legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone
Brenda J. Hollis

3. The Truth about the Truth: Insider Reflections on the Sierra Leonean Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Chris Mahony, Yasmin Sooka

4. Restorative Justice in Sierra Leone: Promises and Limitations
Rebekka Friedman

5. A Political Tool? The Politics of Case Selection at the Special Court for Sierra Leone
Chris Mahony

6. Comparing Fairness and Due Process in the RUF and CDF cases: Consequences for the Legacy of the Special Court for Sierra Leone
Wayne Jordash, Matthew R. Crowe

7. Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Post-Conflict Sierra Leone: The Contribution of Transitional Justice Mechanisms to Domestic Law Reform
Valerie Oosterveld

8. Taylor Is Guilty, Is That All There Is? The Collision of Justice and Politics in the Domestic Arena
David Harris, Richard Lappin

9. Harmonizing Customary Justice with the International Rule of Law? Lessons from Post-Conflict Sierra Leone
Mohamed Sesay

10. Whose Justice in Sierra Leone? Power, Security and Justice in Post-Conflict Reconstruction
Paul Jackson

11. A Pragmatic Pact: Reconciliation and Reintegration in Sierra Leone
Kieran Mitton

12. Evaluating the Success of Transitional Justice in Sierra Leone and Beyond
Kirsten Ainley

13. The Potential and Politics of Transitional Justice: Interactions between the Global and the Local in Evaluations of Success
Kirsten Ainley, Rebekka Friedman, Chris Mahony

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, International Relations, Military and Defence Studies, International Organization, Political Science, Peace Studies

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2015
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Rethinking Peace and Conflict Studies
Page amount
305 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9781137468222
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-69147-0

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