For the past twenty years, international donors have invested heavily in large-scale disarmament, demobilization, and reintegration (DDR) programs, while, at the same time, transitional justice measures have proliferated, bringing truth, justice, and reparations to those recovering from state violence and civil war. Yet DDR programs are seldom deconstructed to discover whether they truly achieve their justice-related aims. Additionally, transitional justice mechanisms rarely articulate strategies for coordinating with DDR. Disarming the Past examines the connectionsaand failuresabetween these two initiatives within peacebuilding contexts and evaluates future links between DDR programs and the aims of transitional justice. The outcome of a substantial research project initiated by the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ), this book is crucial for anyone interested in effective interventions and enduring outcomes.This collection of thematic essays builds on eight in-depth case studies that ICTJ commissioned, and that are being ... security and stability, but also, for example, through sharing information about the causes and patterns of an armed conflict.
|Title||:||Disarming the Past|
|Author||:||Ana Cutter Patel, Pablo De Greiff, Lars Waldorf|
|Publisher||:||Social Science Research - 2009|