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After more than 10 years of socio‐political crisis (1999‐2011) that culminated in a civil war and left the country deeply divided, Côte d’Ivoire has embarked on a complex process of transitional justice.
Crucial events before, during and after the Ivorian crises covering a period from 1893 to 2011.
Informative sources on the conflict and transitional justice in Côte d’Ivoire.
Mozambique is often considered a case where there has been no transitional justice process. In reality, the population of Mozambique has embarked upon a series of local initiatives in the aftermath of serious human rights violations.
The most important dates and events of the Mozmabican conflict and its aftermath from 1951 to 1994.
Analysis and articles on Mozambican history, the conflict and peacebuilding in its aftermath.
After independence international actors poured into South Sudan to work on transitional justice and peacebuilding. Nonetheless a violent conflict broke out in 2013.
The most important events regarding the conflict from the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2005 until today.
Articles and other resources on the conflict, peacebulding and transitional justice.