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In recent years, interest has grown in how Transitional Justice (TJ) can approach colonial harms and their long-lasting effects, because of a lacuna in both TJ practice and academic research. Scant attention has been paid, particularly, to how peace processes themselves can be undermined by ongoing colonial legacies.
Project: Gender and Conflict Transformation Recent years have felt like an exercise in constant whiplash as lawyers and scholars valiantly seek to assess and comprehend…
De acuerdo con todas las comparaciones internacionales, América Latina es la región más violenta del mundo, con las tasas de homicidios más elevadas y con…
The Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) agenda is a global peace and security architecture conventionally understood as emerging from a suite of UN Security Council…
The last decades have seen a striking increase in international policy seeking to protect against conflict-related sexual violence. Norms of protection are, however, unevenly applied…
The processual nature of affinal relationships is well established in Africanist anthropology. This article calls for greater attention to spatial considerations and proposes the concept…

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