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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.
Gotabaya Rajapaksa commenced his Presidential election campaign in 2019 with the very same rhetoric of Sinhala Buddhist triumphalism and denial of disappearances that had defined the post-war regime of his brother Mahinda. So why is the present government continuing to maintain the OMP? Why this change of heart after the elections?
The policy-research project conducted by hub members Aaron Acosta and Camilo Sánchez aimed to shed light on the concerning phenomenon of high application rejection rates by Colombia’s Land Restitution Unit, where victims of land dispossession and forced abandonment can apply for restitution of their lands lost as a result of the armed conflict.
The following report details the results from the impact workshop held with district officials, cultural leaders, religious leaders and local residents that participated in the research.
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.
This brief highlights key aspects of transitional space for non-governmental organisations, emphasising the elements enabling NGOs to thrive and redefine human rights challenges and opportunities.
is study identifies key particular areas of interest; inter alia, the land question, livelihoods and gender justice in the post-conflict Acholi sub-region.
This document provides an overview of the situation of women and gender in Colombian society; politics and the economy amidst armed conflict and peacebuilding.