Maintaining the Process?
|Title||Maintaining the Process?|
|Subtitle / Series Title||Aid to Transitional Justice in Rwanda and Guatemala, 1995-2005|
|Year of Publication||2007|
|Authors||Samset, I, Petersen, S, Wang, V|
|Number of Pages||52 pp.|
|Publisher||Working Group on Development and Peace (FriEnt) & Chr. Michaelsen Institute (CMI)|
\"Maintaining the Process?\" is a CMI study of the aid that was given in support of transitional justice in post-conflict Rwanda and Guatemala between 1995 and 2005. The study maps the terrain of resource allocation, examines how donors followed up on their transitional-justice support, and explores the extent to which different actors and mechanisms complemented one another in the transitional-justice field. The study defines transitional justice broadly, including not only criminal courts, truth commissions and reparations but also \"traditional\" mechanisms as well as security-sector reform. Statistics from 15 donor agencies and qualitative information from 24 donor representatives was analysed. This study was commissioned by the Working Group on Development and Peace (FriEnt) on the occasion of the international conference \"Building a future on peace and justice\" held in Nuremberg, Germany from 25-27 June 2007. The study was financed by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development and prepared for presentation at the conference workshop \"Looking back and moving forward: The nexus between justice and development\", organised by FriEnt and the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).
|URL||http://www.frient.de/downloads/CMI_Maintaining the Process_2007.pdf|