Academic Articles - Congo

Advocacy for the Adoption of Transitional Justice Mechanisms in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Dieudonné Diku Mpongola (trans. Kora Andrieu)

paper presented at the African Transitional Justice Research Network Workshop "Advocating Justice: Civil Society and Transition

al Justice in Africa" 30-31 August 2010, Johannesburg, South Africa

Categories: South Africa


Association of Trauma and PTSD Symptoms With Openness to Reconciliation and Feelings of Revenge Among Former Ugandan and Congolese Child Soldiers

Christophe Pierre Bayer, LLB; Fionna Klasen, Dipl-Psych; Hubertus Adam, MD

JAMA. 2007;298 (5):555-559

Categories: Trauma and Healing, Uganda, Congo


Forgivingness : A Congo-France Comparison

Kadiangandu, Joachim Kadima, Etienne Mullet and Geneviève Vinsonneau

Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, Vol. 3, No. 4, July 2001: 504-511

Categories: Forgiveness, Congo

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Identity, Space and the Political Economy of Conflict in Central Africa

 

Dunn, Kevin C.

Geopolitics, Vol. 6, No. 2, 2001

Categories: Congo

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Living With Fear: A Population-based Survey on Attitudes About Peace, Justice and Social Reconstruction in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo

ICTJ

http://www.ictj.org/images/content/1/0/1019.pdf

Categories: Congo

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Public Education through Radio to Prevent Violence, Promote Trauma Healing and Reconciliation, and Build Peace in Rwanda and the Congo


Women and peace-building in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: an assessment of their role in the inter-Congolese dialogue

Dr. Shelly L. Whitman

African journal on conflict resolution, 6, no.1 (2006), pp. 29-48

Categories: Reconciliation and Gender, Congo
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