Transitional Justice in Ghana: An appraisal of the National Reconciliation Commission

Marian Yankson-Mensah examines Ghana’s National Reconciliation Commission which was deployed within a framework of blanket amnesty for perpetrators. She explores the human rights violations in Ghana between 1957&1993, as well as the reconciliation commission’s composition, mandate, procedures and fallout in giving a comprehensive account of the Ghanaian experience of transitional justice