Transitional Justice: A Handbook for Journalists, Citizens and Activists

This report was written by Mustafa Haid, Jeremy Sarkin, Marwan Maalouf, Mariam Abdullah, Youssef Kanaan, Alia Ahmad, Radwan Ziadeh and Wael Sawah and was published by IWPR.


This handbook for journalists, citizens and activists takes a look at how Syria could deal with issues of transitional justice when it emerges from the current period of conflict and instability.

This publication provides perspectives on the nature of transitional justice and what lessons can be learnt from other regional countries.


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