Chicken and Egg? Sequencing in Transitional Justice: The Case of UgandaInternational Journal of Peace Studies (2009)
The processes of transitional justice and social reconstruction aim to repair the social elements of a society. Countries devise mechanisms for handling past and current human rights violations. The manner in which these kinds of mechanisms have been used in addressing such crimes as well as the appropriate order in which these mechanisms should be used is considered here. A myriad of mechanisms have been applied to the case of Uganda and are examined.
- transitional justice,
- social reconstruction,
- human rights
Publication DateWinter 2009
Citation InformationJoanna R. Quinn. "Chicken and Egg? Sequencing in Transitional Justice: The Case of Uganda" International Journal of Peace Studies Vol. 14 Iss. 2 (2009) p. 35 - 53 ISSN: 1085-7494
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/joanna-quinn/12/