Dealing with the Past / Reconciliation
Assefa, Hizkias. ‘The Meaning of Reconciliation.’ In the Centre for Conflict Prevention: People Building Peace. 35 Inspiring Stories from Around the World. Utrecht: European Centre for Conflict Prevention, 1999.
Bar-On, Dan. ‘Empirical criteria for reconciliation in practice.’ Intervention, 3/3 (2005): 180-191.
Bleeker, Mô (ed.). Dealing with the Past and Transitional Justice: Creating Conditions for Peace, Human Rights and the Rule of Law. Conference Paper 1/2006, Dealing with the Past – Series, Political Affairs Division IV, Federal Departement of Foreign Affairs FDFA, 2006.
Bleeker, Mô and Jonathan Sisson (eds.). Dealing with the Past: Critical Issues, Lessons Learned and Challenges for Future Swiss Policy. swisspeace Working Paper 2, KOFF Series (2004).
Bloomfield, David. On Good Terms: Clarifying Reconciliation. [Berghof Report No. 14, October 2006].
Bloomfield, David, Teresa Barnes and Luc Huyse (eds.). Reconciliation After Violent Conflict: A Handbook. Stockholm: IDEA, 2003.
Bozicevic, Goran. ‘Is Dealing with the Past Slow and Difficult in Our Regions?’ In Helena Rill, Tamara Smidling & Ana Bitoljanu, eds. 20 Pieces of Encouragement for Awakening and Change. Peacebuilding in the Region of the Former Yugoslavia. Belgrade, Sarajevo: CNA, 2007, 127-136.
Colvin, Christopher J. ‘We Are Still Struggling’: Storytelling, Reparations and Reconciliation after the TRC.’ Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (December 2000).
Dimitrijevic, Nenad. ‘The Past, Responsibility and the Future.’ In Reč, 58.4 (2000): 51-62.
Franovic, Ivana. Dealing with the Past in the Context of Ethnonationalism. The Case of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia. Berghof Occasional Paper No. 29, October 2008.
Franovic, Ivana. The Heritage of National Socialism: The Culture of Remembrance in Berlin (Account of a Centre for Nonviolent Action study tour). CNA, August 2012.
Galtung, Johan. ‘Twelve creative ways to foster reconciliation after violence.’ Intervention, 3/3 (2005): 222-234.
Gojkovic, Drinka. ‘The future in a triangle: on guilt, truth and change.’ In Reč, 59.5 (2000): 65-75.
Hamber, Brandon & Hugo van der Merwe. ’What is this thing called Reconciliation?’ Reconciliation in Review 1/1 (1998).
Lapsley, Michael. ’Healing the Memory. Cutting the cord between victim and perpetrator.’ Interview by S. Slot, Track Two, 6/3-4 (December 1997).
Puljek-Shank, Amela. ‘Trauma and Reconciliation.’ In Helena Rill, Tamara Smidling & Ana Bitoljanu, eds.20 Pieces of Encouragement for Awakening and Change. Peacebuilding in the Region of the Former Yugoslavia. Belgrade, Sarajevo: CNA, 2007, 181-204.
Rigby, Andrew. Forgiving the Past: Paths towards a culture of reconciliation. Centre for Peace and Reconciliation Studies, Coventry.
Rigby, Andrew. ‘Three Contrasting Approaches for “Dealing with the Past”: Collective Amnesia, Retributive Justice and Prioritising Truth.’ CCTS Newsletter No. 18 (Autumn 2002).
Rupesinghe, Kumar. ‘What is Coexistence?’ In the Centre for Conflict Prevention: People Building Peace. 35 Inspiring Stories from Around the World. Utrecht: European Centre for Conflict Prevention, 1999.
Theissen, Gunnar. ‘Supporting Justice, Co-existence and Reconciliation after Armed Conflict: Strategies for Dealing with the Past.’ In Alex Austin, Martina Fischer and Norbert Ropers (eds.): Transforming Ethnopolitical Conflict. The Bergof Handbook. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, 2004, 421-440.
Vukosavljevic, Nenad. ‘One Injustice Cannot Be Made Right by Causing a New One.’ In Helena Rill, Tamara Smidling & Ana Bitoljanu, eds. 20 Pieces of Encouragement for Awakening and Change. Peacebuilding in the Region of the Former Yugoslavia. Belgrade, Sarajevo: CNA, 2007, 147-161.
Vukosavljevic, Nenad. ‘Shamelessness of Denial.’ Original version in Serbian language published in Pravda u tranziciji, 1 (October 2005).
Winslow, Tom. ’Reconciliation: The Road to Healing? Collective good, individual harm?’ Track Two, 6/3-4 (December 1997).
Zupan, Natascha. ’Facing the Past and Transitional Justice in Countries of Former Yugoslavia.’ In Martina Fischer (ed.): Peacebuilding and Civil Society in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Ten Years after Dayton. Münster: Lit Verlag, 2006, 327-342.
Useful online sources:
Brandon Hamber: Papers and work of Brandon Hamber on Dealing with the Past, Mental Health and Truth Commissions.
Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, South Africa
Documenta – Centre for Dealing with the Past, Zagreb
Healing through Remembering - a cross-community project that focus on the issue of how to deal with the past relating to the conflict in and about Northern Ireland.
Humanitarian Law Center, Belgrade
IAN – International Aid Network - Publications
INCORE guide to internet sources on Truth and Reconciliation
International Center for Transitional Justice
International conference: Building a Future on Peace and Justice, Nuremberg, June 25-27, 2007.
Pravda u tranziciji (Justice in Transition) – Casopis Tuzilastva za ratne zlocine Republike Srbije u saradnji sa Centrom za tranzicione procese, Beograd
Research and Documentation Center, Sarajevo
More sources available in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian language