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Sierra Leone

Reparations in Sierra Leone: news from the periphery of transitional justice
18 years after the official end of the civil war in Sierra Leone, its reparation program is in trouble. While the international community provided much support in the beginning, the program is now largely left to itself. Fin-Jasper Langmack draws lessons on the sustainability of transitional justice processes and the attention span of international actors in the field.
by Fin-Jasper Langmack, for Justiceinfo.net
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