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This fall, ICTJ will publish “Transitional Justice and Education: Learning Peace,” a new edited volume which explores the ways in which societies can harness education to address the legacies of past human rights abuses. From preventing the recurrence of violence to reintegrating conflict-affected children and youth and even serving as a means of reparations, education plays a critical role in the transition out of conflict or repression.
The Special Court for Sierra Leone (SCSL or Special Court) was established in 2002 when the two United Nations (UN) ad hoc international tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and for Rwanda had already existed for several years and when the first lessons could be drawn from their experiences.
Introduction and overview
The 1999 peace agreement between the armed opposition and the Government of Sierra Leone received considerable international attention.