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Editors Human Rights Law in Africa

, facilitated by the UN and several countries, including South Africa, continued. A government of Unity and National Reconciliation came into existence in April 1997. It included Unita ministers and Unita's leader Savimbi, who was designated "Leader of the Opposition Party". (2) COUNTRY REPORT No country report

Editors Human Rights Law in Africa

by peaceful means such as negotiation, mediation, reconciliation or arbitration; 0 abstention from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity, national unity or Political independence of any member states.

Rüdiger Noll

the theme of reconciliation, which was attended by more than 10,000 participants from all over Europe. Even in this context tensions between the different denominations and churches seem to be increasing, reflecting cultural, political as well as economical divisions in Europe. The Conference of

Jeremy Julian Sarkin

seen to include justice, truth, reparations, reconciliation and guarantees of non-repetition. 3 However, these pillars are not used evenly. Some argue that such societies often go for the supposedly softer options, such as truth recovery methodologies, rather than establish accountability

the situation of the Greek Catholic church in Romania. This uniated church requests the res- tituation of their properties, which it lost in 1948. While the Orthodox church is refusing this request, reconciliation between the two churches has become virtually impossible..

4, most of the Roma interviewed by the joint mission expressed their strong wish to leave Kosovo and to seek for asylum in third countries. They cannot see any acceptable future for them in Kosovo and think that there is little or no space for reconciliation after the experiences of the last few

Editors Human Rights Law in Africa

are seeking to achieve peace and cooperation - two objectives of the OIC - to spur them to make every effort to bring reconciliation to mankind by deepening common values among peoples and strengthening the bonds of interdependence among them within the framework of fruitful and constructive

Susanne Alldén

civilian 3 Final Report of the Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation in East Timor, (2005), available at 4 See for example James J. Fox and Dionisio da Costa Babo Soares, Out of the Ashes: Destruction and Reconstruction of East Timor, Crawford

Ellen Hvidt Thelle

extradition of those perpetrators who had found refuge in foreign countries, and thereby contribute to the process of national reconciliation in Rwanda. 13 Nevertheless, Rwanda subsequently voted against the resolution establishing the ICTR. Among other reasons for this decision, the Rwandan government was

Elizabeth Lira

measures, including the National Commission for Truth and Reconciliation (1990–1991) and a reparations program, in order to recognise and redress the victims of human rights violations under the dictatorship. These included the Programme of Reparation and Comprehensive Health Care for Victims of Human