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Forgiveness and Reconciliation as an Organizational Leadership Competency within Restorative Transitional Justice Instruments

Source: Paper accepted for publication with the International Journal of Servant Leadership, July 2017. Emerging research within organizational leadership and transitional justice disciplines are recognizing the role of forgiveness and reconc... READ MORE

Survey of Tribal Court effectiveness studies.

Source: (2014) Alaska Justice Forum. 31(3-4):1, 15-20.Alaska Native tribes have used sentencing circles and other cultural traditions to address problems involving tribal members for centuries. This way of dealing with disputes in a restorativ... READ MORE

The moral case for restorative justice as a corollary of the responsibility to protect: A Rwandan case study of the insufficiency of impact of retributive justice on the rights and well-being of genocide survivors.

Source: (2012) Journal of Human Rights. 11(2): 161-188.This article analyzes how the current framework of retributive justice pursued by the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda fails to respect the human rights and to enable the well-bei... READ MORE

Reconciliation via truth? A study of South Africa's TRC.

Source: (2012) Journal of Human Rights. 11(2): 189-209.Within the transitional justice literature, there is much speculation about the relationship between truth and reconciliation, yet little concrete empirical evidence. This is perhaps unsurpris... READ MORE

The impact of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission on psychological distress and forgiveness in South Africa

Source: (2008) Social Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol 43:462–468Background Legislation to establish a Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) was passed soon after election of South Africa’s first democratic government. Discourse around the T... READ MORE

Is the ICC making the most of victim participation?

Source: (2013) The International Journal of Transitional Justice. doi: 10.1093/ijtj/ijt021 First published online: September 29, 2013.Fifteen years after the adoption of the Rome Statute, which was the first instrument to recognize victims’ righ... READ MORE

Truth commissions in post-communism: The overlooked solution?

Source: (2009) The Open Political Science Journa. 2:1-13.Despite their increased popularity in Latin America, Africa and Asia, truth commissions have remained an overlooked solution to coming to terms with the recent human rights abuses perpetrat... READ MORE