Transitional Justice in Tunisia

Innovations, Continuities, Challenges

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"From my position as head of the Women's Commission of the IVD I have worked within the transitional justice process as well as collaborating with academics - including the editors of this volume - in collaborative research. This volume represents a critical reading of transitional justice in Tunisia, including valuable engagements with both formal mechanisms and with those working as a part of civil society, social movements and communities to advance justice. Tunisia illustrates both the huge challenges of delivering on the promise of transitional justice, and that innovation continues at both formal and informal levels." Ibtihel Abdellatif, Ex-Chair of the Women’s Commission of the Instance Vérité et Dignité

"This is an excellent and critical addition to the literature on transitional justice. Using Tunisia as a case study, a mix of academic and practitioner authors are able to evaluate the successes and failures of transitional justice after a major political transition. The ethical and practical difficulties faced by institutions and citizens in Tunisia offer lessons to other contexts undergoing or contemplating change. What becomes clear in this volume is that transitional justice experiences are dynamic, have winners and losers, and have unanticipated outcomes. This work is highly recommended. Robins and Gready have been at the forefront of our understanding of the opportunities and limits of transitional justice, and this book pushes debates forward." Roger Mac Ginty, Professor in Defence, Development and Diplomacy in the School of Government and International Affairs, University of Durham, UK

"Tunisia’s process to deal with its past has been as turbulent as the country’s transition. This volume brings together academics and practitioners who extensively highlight the intricacies of this process and thoroughly analyse them. It is essential and timely reading for anyone studying Tunisia’s contemporary history or seeking to draw lessons from its transitional justice efforts." Habib Nassar, Director of Policy and Research, Impunity Watch

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Forlag
Routledge
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
276
ISBN
9781032007007
Utgivelsesår
2022
Format
23 x 16 cm

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"From my position as head of the Women's Commission of the IVD I have worked within the transitional justice process as well as collaborating with academics - including the editors of this volume - in collaborative research. This volume represents a critical reading of transitional justice in Tunisia, including valuable engagements with both formal mechanisms and with those working as a part of civil society, social movements and communities to advance justice. Tunisia illustrates both the huge challenges of delivering on the promise of transitional justice, and that innovation continues at both formal and informal levels." Ibtihel Abdellatif, Ex-Chair of the Women’s Commission of the Instance Vérité et Dignité

"This is an excellent and critical addition to the literature on transitional justice. Using Tunisia as a case study, a mix of academic and practitioner authors are able to evaluate the successes and failures of transitional justice after a major political transition. The ethical and practical difficulties faced by institutions and citizens in Tunisia offer lessons to other contexts undergoing or contemplating change. What becomes clear in this volume is that transitional justice experiences are dynamic, have winners and losers, and have unanticipated outcomes. This work is highly recommended. Robins and Gready have been at the forefront of our understanding of the opportunities and limits of transitional justice, and this book pushes debates forward." Roger Mac Ginty, Professor in Defence, Development and Diplomacy in the School of Government and International Affairs, University of Durham, UK

"Tunisia’s process to deal with its past has been as turbulent as the country’s transition. This volume brings together academics and practitioners who extensively highlight the intricacies of this process and thoroughly analyse them. It is essential and timely reading for anyone studying Tunisia’s contemporary history or seeking to draw lessons from its transitional justice efforts." Habib Nassar, Director of Policy and Research, Impunity Watch

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