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Ervin Staub

understand the roots of violence between groups and avenues to prevention and reconciliation. This has been the focus of our work in Rwanda since 1999 in trainings/workshops with both community level groups and national leaders, and in educational radio programs in Rwanda, Burundi and the Congo. I describe

Serena K. Sharma

hundreds of thousands displaced. As the country teetered on the brink of civil war, the African Union ( au ) appointed a Panel, led by former un Secretary-General Kofi Annan, to find a peaceful resolution to the crisis through the Kenya National Dialogue and Reconciliation ( kndr ) process. After 41 days

Veronika Haász

twenty years. Establishment There are nhri s that were established under post-conflict conditions as part of the peace agreements in order to anticipate and prevent future abuses, and to advance reconciliation. Such as in El Salvador (1992), 13 Rwanda (1993), 14 Bosnia-Hercegovina (1995

Srinjoy Bose and Ramesh Thakur

reports by the sg on them (promoting intercommunal dialogue and reconciliation, effective, legitimate and inclusive political institutions, effective and impartial justice mechanisms, etc.). 3 The 2001 iciss version had sliced the principle into three cognate responsibilities to prevent, respond and

’s Overcoming Evil Violence and Power: A Comment on Ervin Staub’s Overcoming Evil  359–362 Eric D. Weitz What Can Ideas about Genocide Tell Us about Terrorism? 363–367 Clark McCauley Understanding Origins, But Also Prevention and Reconciliation 368–375 Ervin Staub Briefing: The UN Security Council

Eric D. Weitz

recovery and reconciliation. He provides all of us with an admirable model of engaged scholarship. Now we have before us his magnum opus, the summa of all that he has learned. It is an impressive achievement. Overcoming Evil runs to over five hundred pages of text. It is based in social psychology but

Prisons ; Reconciliation in Divided Societies ; and Carrots and Sticks: Th e TRC and the South African Amnesty Process . He holds undergraduate and postgraduate law degrees from the University of Natal, Durban; Harvard Law School; and the University of the Western Cape. List of Contributors / Global

& Reconciliation Commissions within the framework of Peace and Conflict Theories’. Natalie Zähringer lectures on International Law, International Organisations and Human Rights. From 2007 to 2010 she was the Academic Director of the International Human Rights Exchange ( ihre ) based at Wits. Her research

working with teachers to promote altruism in children, to seminars/trainings and educational radio projects in Rwanda, Burundi and the Congo to promote psychological recovery and reconciliation. He received awards for life-long contributions to peace psychology, for distinguished contributions to

David Mickler

Africa’ (p. 300). Rather than this apparently self-interested external intervention, Mamdani calls instead for local reconciliation and national political reform, combined with regional African mediation, as the pathways out of confl ict in Darfur. © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10