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Publications

This article examines the social dynamics among survivors and amnestied Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) ex-combatants living together in Acholiland, asking how and if Acholi survivors have forgiven Acholi LRA returnees, forgotten past violence and moved on.
This policy paper results from a collaboration between Corporación Alianza Iniciativa de Mujeres Colombianas por la Paz – IMP and the research project Addressing Postcolonial Legacies in Transitional Justice, which forms part of the UKRI Gender, Justice and Security Hub. The report is based on in-depth interviews with 16 women peacebuilders located throughout Colombia.
This video is based on research conducted by Angelika Rettberg and colleagues on the meanings and the factors shaping reconciliation in Colombia. It shows that age, gender, religion, income, region, and experience with violence matter when it comes to defining who are the most, and the least, likely groups to be willing to engage in reconciliation efforts.
In this research we have identified a number of opportunities for donors and civil society organisations to work together to better understand the needs on the ground and recognise the practicalities of working in conflict and post-conflict settings.
Este libro busca contribuir al análisis teórico del Acuerdo de Paz colombiano desde una perspectiva socio jurídica que indaga por el contenido del acuerdo y…
Colombia has faced an internal armed conflict for over five decades. While a peace agreement was signed in 2016 by the Colombian government and the…