The project team will be producing a series of outputs over the lifetime of the project. These are aimed at both local and international users, regardless of their academic background. They include:

  • Reports RRV

    As part of our fieldwork in Guatemala we have produced a report written by Denis Martínez and Luisa Gómez on the domestic reparation programme and jurisprudence on reparations to respond to the armed conflict and genocide. Read the rest →

    Guatemala Cultural propertyForm of ReparationCompensationReconciliationReintegrationTransitional JusticeTruth RecoveryVictimhoodDisappearance/MissingExtrajudicial Executions/MassacresGenocideSeverely InjuredSexual violence/CRSVTorture
  • Reports RRV

    Alternative Sanctions before the Special Jurisdiction for Peace: Reflections on International Law and Transitional Justice

    As part of our fieldwork in Colombia and support of the GCRF Impact Accelerator Award we have been engaging with the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) on its alternative sanctions regime and the role of reparations. Read the rest →

    Colombia ApologyMeasures of SatisfactionInternational Criminal JusticeNon-State Armed GroupsReconciliationAssets
  • Reports RRV

    As part of the GCRF Impact Accelerator Award our project team conducted engagement activities with key stakeholders in South Sudan on some of the lessons learned from other contexts in the ‘Reparations, Responsibility and Victimhood in Transitional Societies’. Read the rest →

    South Sudan
  • Reports

    Reparations in Colombia: Where to?

    Colombia represents one of the most comprehensive and ambitious reparation programmes in the world. Read the rest →

    Colombia Form of ReparationCompensationNon-State Armed GroupsReparationsTransitional JusticeVictim ParticipationVictimhood
  • Reports HRC

    As part of the QUB Human Rights Centre we submitted a response to the Northern Ireland Office’s consultation on dealing with the past in Northern Ireland. Read the rest →

    Northern Ireland ReparationsSeverely Injured
Arts & Humanities Research Council
Queens University Belfast