AccountabilityAmnestyApologyAssistance and ReliefImmunityColonialismComplex victimsCorporate actorsCultural propertyDonors/DevelopmentForm of ReparationCompensationGuarantees of Non-RecurrenceHistoric harms/ injusticeInternational Criminal JusticeLandNon-State Armed GroupsReconciliationReimbursementReintegrationReparationsResponsibilityTransitional JusticeTruth RecoveryVictimhood

As the final output of the project, this book brings together the historical, theoretical and practical implications of reparations for armed conflict.

Using interviews with hundreds of victims, ex-combatants, government officials, and civil society actors from six post-conflict countries, Reparations and War examines the role of non-state armed groups in making reparations, the role of victim mobilisation, the evolving use of reparations, and the political instrumentalization of redress.

More detail on the book can be found here

Arts & Humanities Research Council
Queens University Belfast