n African Security Review - Traditional justice and reconciliation after violent conflict : Learning from African experience, Luc Huyse & Mark Salter (Eds.) : book review

Volume 18, Issue 1
  • ISSN : 1024-6029
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Conflicts are part and parcel of each and every society but have devastating effects on development. Efforts at reconstruction after a conflict has come to an end have characterised every post-conflict phase, with traditional justice and reconciliation being two of the modern strategies that have been put in place to re-orient societies recovering from conflict towards development. This book provides an analysis of the use of traditional justice and reconciliation in societies that were once riddled with conflict. It focuses on selected African countries against the backdrop of the high rate of conflict on the African continent as a whole.

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