Transitional Justice. A Call for Decolonisation
FriEnt blog article
Transitional Justice is part of the colonial order, it persists and is deeply embedded in ‘Euro- North American – centric modernity’. Even when transitional justice initiatives are comprehensive and holistic, they account for a colonial situation only to a limited extent, representing more compromises and easier ‘fixes.’ They, thus, address symptoms rather than causes; and the redress (if any) is not proportionate to the crimes perpetrated by colonisers, argues Dr. Selbi Durdiyeva in the new FriEnt blog article.