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Transitional Justice in Sierra Leone: Oral History, Human Rights, and Post-Conflict Reconciliation

Posted by Jeneba Project on Thursday, July 10, 2014, In : Articles 
I recently published a reflection in the Oral History Journal on post-conflict reconciliation, transitional justice and oral history in Sierra Leone. The article analyses the current situation in Sierra Leone after the conflict and the pertinent issues of reparation for victims of the civil war, especially those recommended by the Sierra Leone Truth and Reconciliation Commission, memory and remembrance. 

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