Transitional Justice, Culture, and Society: Beyond Outreach

Transitional Justice, Culture, and Society: Beyond Outreach

by Clara Ramirez-Barat (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780911400021
Publisher: Social Science Research Council
Publication date: 03/04/2014
Series: Advancing Transitional Justice Series
Pages: 560
Product dimensions: 8.90(w) x 5.90(h) x 1.70(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Clara Ramírez-Barat is a senior associate in the Research Unit at ICTJ. She is the recipient of an MA in philosophy from Columbia University and a PhD in philosophy from the University Carlos III of Madrid. For the past ten years, her research has focused on different aspects of transitional justice and democratic theory.

Table of Contents

Preface
On Making the Invisible Visible: The Role of Cultural Interventions in Transitional Justice Processes
Pablo de GreiffIntroduction
Transitional Justice and the Public Sphere
Clara Ramírez-Barat Part One: Outreach in Transitional JusticeChapter 1
Implementing an Engagement Model: Outreach at the Special Court for Sierra Leone
Maya KarwandeChapter 2
Making Justice Visible: Bosnia and Herzegovina's Domestic War Crimes Trials Outreach
Stephanie A. BarbourChapter 3
Reaching Out to Victims and Communities: The CAVR's Experiences in Timor-Leste
Patrick Burgess and Galuh WanditaChapter 4
Between Protection and Participation: Involving Children and Youth in Transitional Justice Processes
Virginie Ladisch and Clara Ramírez-BaratPart Two: Conflict, Media, and JusticeChapter 5
Democratization of Media in Post-Conflict Situations: Reporting on ICTY War Crimes Trials in Serbia
Nidžara Ahmetašević and Tanja MatićChapter 6
The Uses and Abuses of Media: Rwanda before and after the Genocide
Timothy LongmanChapter 7
The Media's Potential in Developing Social Awareness for Justice: The Example of Interactive Radio for Justice
Wanda E. HallChapter 8
Using Media to Foster Mutual Respect and Understanding among Children in a Post-Conflict Region: The Rruga Sesam/Ulica Sezam in Kosovo
Charlotte F. Cole and June H. LeeChapter 9
"Friend" of the Court: New Media and Transitional Justice
Camille CrittendenPart Three: Art, Culture, and Transitional JusticeChapter 10
From Tears to Energy: Early Uses of Participatory Theater in Afghanistan
Nadia Siddiqui and Hjalmar Jorge Joffre-EichhornChapter 11
Reverberations of Testimony: South Africa's Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Art and Media
Catherine M. ColeChapter 12
Photography and Transitional Justice: Evidence, Postcard, Placard, Token of Absence Eduardo González Cueva and M. Florencia LibrizziChapter 13
Visions of Justice and Accountability: Transitional Justice and Film
Carolyn Patty BlumChapter 14
Memoryworks/Memory Works
Louis BickfordChapter 15
Literature and Experiences of Harm
Carlos Thiebaut Luis-AndréContributors

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