Peace versus Justice: A False Dilemma
May 2011 | From the field | Human Rights

In recent years, there has been a marked shift away from making compromises on justice with powerful perpetrators of mass atrocities in order to end conflicts, and a growing understanding that that the two goals of peace and justice – rather than being exclusive – are mutually reinforcing. The International Center for Transitional Justice, a MacArthur grantee, explores this transition through their video, "Peace versus Justice: A False Dilemma."

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