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About the Project

Reparation has long been a legal and political tool of making amends for past wrongs in post-conflict and transitional societies. Most of the research and practice of reparations has focused on transitions from authoritarian societies and individual claiming redress against the state or remedies sought between states.

Over the next three years this project will explore how reparations are used in countries transitioning from conflict to address the consequences of the past.

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Latest Output

  • Academic publications News LJIL

    Article: Tilting at windmills: Reparations and the International Criminal Court

    Dr Luke Moffett and Prof Clara Sandoval have a new article out in the Leiden Journal of International Law on reparations in the first five cases before the International Criminal Court.

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    Central African RepublicDRCMali International Criminal JusticeReintegrationReparationsTransitional JusticeChild SoldiersExtrajudicial Executions/MassacresSexual violence/CRSV
Arts & Humanities Research Council
Queens University Belfast