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towards a multi-ethnic society where the rights of each citizen are fully and equally respected. They must fight decisively against the cycle of hate and revenge and bring about reconciliation among all ethnic groups. Over the recent months, we have witnessed a new exodus from Kosovo, this time of Serbs

Fabio Oliva

Herzegovina ( GFH ), also known as the ‘Dayton Agreement’, managed to end hostilities but failed to provide a viable blueprint for socio-political reconciliation. The post- war political landscape in Bosnia was dominated by the three main nationalist parties, i.e. the Bosniak Party of Democratic Action ( SDA

need for rapid follow-up action by the G-24 and other appropriate international institutions to initiate and finance the infrastructure projects deemed worthy of support; - underlined that the CSCE must stand prepared to make a full contribution to the future process of reconciliation, rehabilitation

Vladimir Shustov

national reconciliation and the peaceful settlement of conflict- connected problems, are clearly emphasized. Another distinctive feature is the motivation of the parties involved in the conflict to establish contacts, to take their place at the negotiating table and to start direct talks on the basis of

Louise Krabbe Boserup and Mariama Mohammed Cissé

believes itself to have power of reconciliation, as this measure goes to the very heart of the institution's mandate, the defence of human rights. 16 Moreover, reconciliation is considered to be a less costly and time-consuming way of reaching reparation, and also a more effective and participatory way of

Hilde Hey

adherence to the norms, is the introduction of the Ley de Reconciliacion Nacional (National Reconciliation Law). This law will most likely give amnesty to those responsible for human rights violations committed during 36 years of war. Most likely the amnesty will also include violations committed during the

Yannick du Pont

. 1 69 outlines that: ‘ The OSCE ’s efforts will in particular be targeted at the younger generation in order to build up their understanding of the need for tolerance and the importance of reconciliation and peaceful existence. Their outlook and perspective on the future are key. Where appropriate

Lauren Dreilinger

the participating States.'34 Long-lasting peace and reconciliation cannot become a reality if United Nations and OSCE duties are routinely ignored by State Parties. Respect for human rights is central to the purpose of the OSCE. This organization recognizes the importance of the free exercise of civil

David Donat-Cattin

punishment" 90 American Journal of International Law (1995) 501-510 Akhavan, P "Justice and reconciliation in the Great Lakes region: The contribution of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda" 7(2) Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law (1997) 325-348 Akhavan, P

Suhas Chakma

situation that has arisen because of the controversial land reforms programmes in Zimbabwe. Any attempt to prosecute those who committed crimes against humanity under the apartheid system could polarise South African society. As it attempts to build a nation based on truth and reconciliation, South Africa