|Author (Person)||Arnould, Valérie|
|Publisher||Royal Institute for International Relations (Egmont Institute)|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
In a country marked by protracted conflicts which are estimated to have caused the death and displacement of millions of civilians, transitional justice efforts have been slow and patchy. Despite some recent advances, in particular on the criminal justice front, a more expanded approach to transitional justice is needed if peace and justice are to be achieved.
|Countries / Regions||Africa, Eastern Europe|