Transitional justice and displacement: lessons from Liberia and Afghanistan
Forced displacement of people is one of the most complex humanitarian problems facing the international community. Long-term forced displacement generates a range of political, security and humanitarian concerns including regional instability, transnational crime and a regression in the quality of life for both refugees and their host communities. Grappling with this issue, scholars and practitioners have turned to the field of transitional justice as a...[Show more]
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