Transitional Justice in Africa: The case of Zimbabwe

In this text, Ruth Murambadoro speaks to the intersections of transitional justice and political violence by situating it within the Zimbabwean context, though drawing on examples from Uganda, Rwanda and Mozambique. It explores how national politics affect basic relations in communities and is highly recommended for scholars, students and practitioners interested in understanding the local dynamics of societies in transition in developing post-conflict interventions

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