Transitional Justice in Comparative Perspective

This edited volume on transitional justice touches on the importance of context in making transitional justice interventions. It broadly explores the need for systemic/structural changes as precondition s for enabling successes for transitional justice initiatives globally. This entails both the sociocultural, in terms of attitudinal changes of individuals; as well as the institutional changes to give the need frame of support for sustainability of transitional justice processes drawing examples from The Gambia, Colombia, The Democratic Republic of  Congo, Lebanon, Palestine and Uganda.