As the civil wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone were coming to a close in the early 2000s, it became apparent among the international community, … Read more
Month: May 2019
Truth Commissions and Reconciliation: The Example of South Africa
Introduction Post-conflict societies face significant challenges. Looking backwards, a difficult past characterised by gross human rights violations and mass atrocities needs to be settled. Forward-looking, … Read more
My Experience as a CARC Intern – Valeria Minisini
As my time as a CARC intern comes to an end, I though I would use this post to talk about my experience over the … Read more
Opposition at the Northern Ireland Assembly: A Prelude to Political Realignment?
Everyone at CARC would like to, first and foremost, congratulate Stevo Pendarovski, of the Social Democratic Union Party, for winning the first presidential election in … Read more