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Legacies of Conflict: Justice, Reconciliation and Ways Forward

Founder(s): Royal Norwegian Embassy, Kabul
Status: Completed
Publications from this research project:

Healing the Legacies of Conflict in Afghanistan: Community Voices on Justice, Peace and Reconciliation

This paper synthesises the findings from AREU’s Legacies of Conflect research project from across the Bamiyan, Ghazni and Kabul research sites, in search of broadly acceptable approaches to address the legacies of conflict and support reconciliation in the country. It Read More

Painful Steps: Justice, Forgiveness and Compromise in Afghanistan’s Peace Process

This paper places AREU’s legacies of conflict research into the context of ongoing peace efforts. It shows that Afghans are generally both pragmatic and principled in search of peace. During interviews, they maintained a keen sense of justice but usually Read More

Legacies of Conflict: Healing Complexes and Moving Forwards in Ghazni Province

The third written in the series, this paper presents findings from an urban area of Ghazni City and a rural community in Qarabagh District. The research aims to deepen understanding of the impact of past and present war crimes and Read More

Legacies of Conflict: Healing Complexes and Moving Forwards in Bamiyan Province

The second written in the series, this paper presents findings from an urban area of Bamiyan City and a rural community in Yakowlang District. The research aims to deepen understanding of the impact of past and present war crimes and Read More

Legacies of Conflict: Healing Complexes and Moving Forwards in Kabul Province

The first written in the series, this paper presents findings from an urban district of Kabul City and a rural community in Shakardara District. The research aims to deepen understanding of the impact of past and present war crimes and Read More

Wartime Suffering: Patterns of Violations in Afghanistan

This paper accompanies the Bamiyan, Ghazni and Kabul provincial case studies from AREU’s legacies of conflict research. It must be noted that the research was not designed to systematically document wartime experiences. However, a vast number of people gave up Read More

The State of Transitional Justice in Afghanistan

This discussion paper provides an overview of the current state of transitional justice in Afghanistan. It is not intended to be exhaustive but attempts to establish a picture of transitional justice activities in Afghanistan today, raising the key challenges and Read More

Ending Impunity and Building Justice in Afghanistan

In December 2001, the signatories to the Bonn Agreement pledged that they were “determined to end the tragic conflict and promote national reconciliation, lasting peace, stability and respect for human rights in the country.” The Bonn Conference was followed by Read More

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