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1 Dissident Writing, Law and Transitional Justice in Tunisia The paper explores selected testimonies and memoirs by survivors of state repression in Tunisia, in order to discuss whether their role is to be considered reformist or revolutionary after the liberation of narrative in 2011. Mohamed-Salah Omri 03 Sep 2018
2 Voices of Suffering: The Incorporation of Victim Testimony in Judgements of the ICTY This paper examines the use of victim testimony by the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, discussing the role of ‘humanitarian narratives’ in our understanding of the wars of Yugoslav succession. Christian Axboe Nielsen 03 Sep 2018
3 Literature and Transitional Justice After the Rwandan Genocide: Veronique Tadjo’s The Shadow of Imama This paper discusses the problems of literary memorialization and quest for truth in the aftermath of the Rwandan genocide as addressed by Veronique Tadjo’s The Shadow of Imana. Brendon Nicholls 03 Sep 2018
4 Victims’ Narratives in the Colombian Peace Process This paper analyses how victims’ voices were heard during the peace negotiations and in the implementation of the 2016 peace accord between the FARC guerrilla and the Colombian government. Annelen Micus 03 Sep 2018
5 Alternative Account, Mourning Family and Transformation into Life: Three Contemporary Artworks related to the Event of 28 February 1947 in Taiwan The paper discusses three contemporary Taiwanese artworks related to the tragic events of 28 February in Taiwan, presenting their emphasis on victims as crucial in understanding the process of transitional justice. Lin Chi-Ming 03 Sep 2018