Category Archives: Memorialization

Marginalization and Conflict – The Politics of Memory in Mozambique

Natália Bueno joins JiC for this guest-post on the latest battle for Mozambique’s politics of memory. Natália is a Postdoctoral Researcher Project CROME, CES-University of Coimbra.  Troubling news has dominated media coverage in Mozambique in recent months. The devastating impact … Continue reading

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Transitional Justice and Graffiti in Libya

It may not be as ‘sexy’ as international trials or even truth commissions. It’s not as political or high-stakes either. Memorialization, however, is an essential element of transitional justice. In this context, a fascinating debate is taking place about what … Continue reading

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