Local Justice

_Amnesty International. 2002. Rwanda: Gacaca: A Question of Justice: Amnesty International.

_Arriaza, Laura, and Naomi Roht-Arriaza. 2008. Social Reconstruction as a Local Process. International Journal of Transitional Justice 2 (2):152-172.

_Baines, Erin K. 2007. The Haunting of Alice: Local Approaches to Justice and Reconciliation in Northern Uganda. International Journal of Transitional Justice 1 (1):91-114.

_Blaser, Arthur. 1992. How To Advance Justice without Really Trying: An Analysis of Non-governmental Tribunals. Human Rights Quarterly 14 (3):339-370.

_Buckley-Zistel, Susanne. 2006. The Truth Heals: Gacaca Tribunals, Reconciliation and Social Reconstruction in Post-Genocide Rwanda. In International Studies Association Annual Convention. San Diego, CA.

_Burgess, Patrick. 2006. A New Approach to Restorative Justice: East Timor's Community Reconciliation Processes. In Transitional Justice in the Twenty-First Century: Beyond Truth versus Justice, edited by N. Roht-Arriaza and J. Mariezcurrena. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

_Burt, Jo-Marie. November, 2009. Guilty as Charged: The Trial of Former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori for Human Rights Violations. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Collins, Cath. March, 2010. Human Rights Trials in Chile during and After the ‘Pinochet Years’. The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Corey, Allison, and Sandra F. Joireman. 2004. Retributive Justice: The Gacaca Courts in Rwanda. African Affairs 103 (410):73-89.

_Daly, Erin. 2002. Between Punitive and Reconstructive Justice: The Gacaca Courts in Rwanda. New York University Journal of International Law and Politics 34 (2):355-396.

_Gaparayi, Idi T. 2001. Justice and Social Reconstruction in the Aftermath of Genocide in Rwanda: An Evaluation of the Possible Role of the Gacaca Tribunals. African Human Rights Law Journal 1 (1):78-106.

_González, Matilde. 2009. A Methodology for Understanding the Community Perspectives. In Assessing the Impact of Transitional Justice: Challenges for Empirical Research, edited by H. Van Der Merwe, V. Baxter and A. R. Chapman. Washington, D.C.: United States Institute of Peace Press.

_Harrell, Peter E. 2003. Rwanda's Gamble: Gacaca and a New Model of Transitional Justice. New York, NY: Writers Club Press.

_Honeyman, Catherine. 2002. Gacaca Jurisdictions: Transitional Justice in Rwanda. Boston, MA: Harvard University Press.

_Ironside, Pernille. 2002. Rwandan Gacaca: Seeking Alternative Means to Justice, Peace and Reconciliation. New York International Law Review 15 (31):1-26.

_Karekezi, Urusaro Alice, Alphonse Nshimiyimana, and Beth Mutamba. 2005. Localizing Justice: Gacaca Courts in Post-Genocide Rwanda. In My Neighbor, My Enemy: Justice and Community in the Aftermath of Mass Atrocity, edited by E. Stover and H. M. Weinstein. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

_Longman, Timothy. 2006. Justice at the Grassroots? Gacaca Trials in Rwanda. In Transitional Justice in the Twenty-First Century: Beyond Truth versus Justice, edited by N. Roht-Arriaza and J. Mariezcurrena. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

_Longman, Timothy, Phuong Pham, and Harvey M. Weinstein. 2005. Connecting Justice to Human Experience: Attitudes Toward Accountability and Reconciliation in Rwanda. In My Neighbor, My Enemy: Justice and Community in the Aftermath of Mass Atrocity, edited by E. Stover and H. M. Weinstein. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

_Magnarella, Paul. 2006. Rwanda Resorts to the Gacaca, a Traditional People メ s Court, Hoping to Achieve Swift Justice and Reconciliation. Bulletin of Peace Studies Institute 33:32-35.

_Osman, Abdulahi. 2006. Post Genocide Justice in Rwanda UN Tribunal and Gacaca. In International Studies Association Annual Convention. San Diego, CA.

_Pasipanodya, Tafadzwa. December, 2008. A Deeper Justice: Economic and Social Justice as Transitional Justice in Nepal.  The International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.

_Rakate, P. K. 1999. Preconditions and Processes for Establishing a Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Rwanda: The Possible Interim Role of Gacaca Community Courts. Law, Democracy and Development 2 (223).

_Ross, Rupert. 1996. Returning to the Teachings: Exploring Aboriginal Justice. Toronto, Canada: Penguin.

_Sarkin, Jeremy. 1999. Preconditions and Processes for Establishing a Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Rwanda - The Possible Interim Role of the Gacaca Community Courts. Law, Democracy and Development 3 (2):223-237.

_Sarkin, Jeremy. 2000. Promoting Justice, Truth and Reconciliation in Transitional Societies: Evaluating Rwanda's Approach in the New Millennium of Using Community-Based Gacaca Tribunals to Deal with the Past. International Law FORUM du Droit International 2 (2):112-121.

_Sarkin, Jeremy. 2001. The Tension between Justice and Reconciliation in Rwanda: Politics, Human Rights, Due Process and the Role of the Gacaca Courts in Dealing with the Genocide. Journal of African Law 45 (2):143-172.

_Stover, Eric, and Harvey M. Weinstein, eds. 2005. My Neighbor, My Enemy: Justice and Community in the Aftermath of Mass Atrocity. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

_Theidon, Kimberly. 2006. Justice in Transition: The Micropolitics of Reconciliation in Postwar Peru. Journal of Conflict Resolution 50 (3):433-457.

_Uvin, Peter. 2003. The Gacaca Tribunals in Rwanda. In Reconciliation after Violent Conflict: A Handbook, edited by D. Bloomfield, T. Barnes and L. Huyse. Stockholm, Sweden: International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance.

_Uvin, Peter, and Charles Mironko. 2003. Western and Local Approaches to Justice in Rwanda. Global Governance 9 (2):219-231.

_Waldorf, Lars. 2006. Mass Justice for Mass Atrocity: Rethinking Local Justice as Transitional Justice. Temple Law Review 79 (1):1-87.

_Wells, Sarah. 2005. Gender, Sexual Violence and Prospects for Justice at the Gacaca Courts in Rwanda. Southern California Review of Law and Women's Studies 14 (2):167-196.

_Widner, Jennifer. 2001. Courts and Democracy in Postconflict Transitions: A Social Scientist's Perspective on the African Case. American Journal of International Law 95 (1):64-75.

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