Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement

Transitional Justice and Displacement

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES

This section lists other recent or ongoing activities from the Brookings-LSE Project on Internal Displacement focusing on transitional justice and displacement.

Additional Research and Commentary

Megan Bradley, April 1, 2013

Through a combination of legal and moral analysis and case studies of the troubled repatriation movements to Guatemala, Bosnia and Mozambique, Megan Bradley develops and refines an original account of the minimum conditions of a 'just return' process.

Megan Bradley and Roger Duthie, September 17, 2012

Transitional justice processes are key to upholding responsibility for massive human rights violations, but historically transitional justice mechanisms have overlooked displacement as a human rights concern.

Megan Bradley, July 27, 2012

Transitional justice processes are key to upholding responsibility for massive human rights violations, but historically transitional justice mechanisms have overlooked displacement as a human rights concern. Megan Bradley highlights the importance of new research on the intersection of displacement and transitional justice to addressing this problem.

Megan Bradley, July 2012    

In this paper, Megan Bradley examines the recent research developments on the linkages between displacement and the transitional justice processes that seek to address human rights abuses.

Megan Bradley, June 25, 2012

In this podcast for the Refugee Studies Centre, Megan Bradley discusses these issues of displacement, transitional justice and reconciliation.

Megan Bradley, May 7, 2012

While the conviction of former Liberian president Charles Taylor on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity is a great accomplishment for international justice, Megan Bradley argues that this and related trials do not adequately address the issue of displacement as a human rights violation.

Megan Bradley, April 2012

In this policy brief, Megan Bradley addresses the links between transitional justice, reconciliation and forced migration, and offers suggestions for how the links between these issues may be strengthened 

Events

The results of the multiyear Brookings-ICTJ research project on the relationship between forced migration and transitional justice were presented at a number of events.

The project was presented during a KOFF Dealing with the Past Roundtable at swisspeace. Reflections on the event and the research project are available.

The United Nations Development Programme, UN Women, ICTJ and Brookings held a discussion introduced and moderated by Pablo de Greiff, the UN Special Rapporteur on the Promotion of Truth, Justice, Reparation and Guarantees of Non-recurrence.

The transcript and audio recording from the July 26, 2012 event at the Brookings Institution are available online.