How can societies and individuals deal with the legacies of a violent past, ensuring healing on an individual as well as collective level?
Martina Fischer: Transitional Justice and Reconciliation - Theory and Practice.
Gunnar Theissen: Supporting Justice, Co-Existence and Reconciliation after Armed Conflict: Strategies for Dealing with the Past.
David Becker: Dealing with the Consequences of Organised Violence in Trauma Work.
Also of interest:
Cordula Reimann and Ursula König: Collective Trauma and Resilience: Key Concepts in Transforming War-related Identities.
Berghof Handbook Dialogue Series No. 11 - comment.
Beatrix Austin: Dealing with the Past. Supporting people-centred “working-through” the legacies of violence.
Policy Brief No. 6.
Martina Fischer: Transitional Justice. Lessons from the Western Balkans.
Policy Brief No. 5.
Martina Fischer & Olivera Simic (Eds.): Transitional Justice and Reconciliation. Lessons from the Balkans.
Beatrix Austin & Martina Fischer (Eds.): Transforming War-Related Identities. Individual and Social Approaches to Healing and Dealing with the Past.
Handbook Dialogue Series No. 11 - complete.
Véronique Dudouet, Martina Fischer & Beatrix Schmelzle: Dealing with the Past in Israel-Palestine and in the Western Balkans. Story-Telling in Conflict: Developing Practice and Research. Dan Bar-On meets peace Activists from the Western Balkans. Workshop, 14-15 February 2008, Berghof Research Center, Berlin.
Working Paper No. 5.
David Bloomfield: On Good Terms: Clarifying Reconciliation.
Report No. 14.