Translating reconciliation into social and political reality is vital to TRC processes. ReconTrans conference “Cultivating Transformative Reconciliation” convened at VST in Vancouver, Canada on September 21st – 22nd, engages with this question in light of the Canadian, South African, and Nordic TRC experiences. See conference program here. Follow the conference online, either by registering forContinue reading “Follow reconciliation conference online Sept 21st – 22nd”
Trading Justice for Peace? is now available open access. Free download here: https://books.aosis.co.za/index.php/ob/catalog/book/174 The chapters in this volume reveal the challenges, complexities and nuances of rectifying past and present injustices in order to transform societies. For a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to be considered trustworthy by those who have suffered, it cannot compromise justice forContinue reading “Book launch of first ReconTrans volume”
You are invited to submit a paper for the research conference “Reconciliation without the Majority? Civil Society Contributions to Truth and Reconciliation in the Settlement of the Norwegianization Policy”, convened at VID Oslo, Norway, May 4th to 6th, 2022. Accepted papers will get a time slot on May 6th. The working language is English.
September 23rd, 1900-2100, ReconTrans (KUN/VID Tromsø) presents its first research results together with TRUCOM (UiT) at Internasjonalt Seminar in Tromsø (NB! Bankhjørnet, Rødbanken). Norway’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission (2018-2023) investigating the forced assimilation policy referred to as the Norwegianization policy represents a historic opportunity for the indigenous people, the national minorities, and the majority societyContinue reading “Truth and Reconciliation Commission – quo vadis?”