Roger Duthie

The International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ), United States

Roger Duthie is a Senior Research Expert at ICTJ, where he works on research and policy initiatives. He has managed projects examining how transitional justice relates to prevention, development, education, and forced displacement. His publications include Justice Mosaics: How Context Shapes Transitional Justice in Fractured Societies (2017, co-edited with Paul Seils); Transitional Justice and Education: Learning Peace (2016, co-edited with Clara Ramirez-Barat); Transitional Justice and Displacement (2012); and Transitional Justice and Development (2009, co-edited with Pablo de Greiff); as well as articles published in the International Journal of Transitional Justice and the International Human Rights Law Review. He also co-edited (with Megan Bradley) a special issue of the Journal of Refugee Studies on accountability and redress for displacement (2014). He has a BA in history from Cornell University and an MA in international relations from Yale University.

Transitional Justice and Prevention: Contributions and Challenges

Virtual Session 19Translate

This session will address the relationship of transitional justice to prevention. Targeted at policymakers in peacebuilding and development, it draws on the experiences of Colombia, Germany, and Sierra Leone.

Roger Duthie is a Senior Research Expert at ICTJ, where he works on research and policy initiatives. He has managed projects examining how transitional justice relates to prevention, development, education, and forced displacement. His publications include Justice Mosaics: How Context Shapes Transitional Justice in Fractured Societies (2017, co-edited with Paul Seils); Transitional Justice and Education: Learning Peace (2016, co-edited with Clara Ramirez-Barat); Transitional Justice and Displacement (2012); and Transitional Justice and Development (2009, co-edited with Pablo de Greiff); as well as articles published in the International Journal of Transitional Justice and the International Human Rights Law Review. He also co-edited (with Megan Bradley) a special issue of the Journal of Refugee Studies on accountability and redress for displacement (2014). He has a BA in history from Cornell University and an MA in international relations from Yale University.

Transitional Justice and Prevention: Contributions and Challenges

Virtual Session 19Translate

This session will address the relationship of transitional justice to prevention. Targeted at policymakers in peacebuilding and development, it draws on the experiences of Colombia, Germany, and Sierra Leone.

The FriEnt Peacebuilding Forum is a series of events on current and overarching challenges and trends in peacebuilding. With the Peacebuilding Forum, we want to provide future-oriented impulses for the development of peacebuilding and strengthen the visibility and importance of the policy field in its entirety.

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