EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: The XIII Forum for Transitional Justice in post-Yugoslav Countries
On December 21 and 22, the RECOM Reconciliation Network and Humanitarian Law Center are organising the XIII Forum for Transitional Justice in post-Yugoslav Countries.
The Forum for Transitional Justice is a platform for discussing contemporary topics related to different aspects of transitional justice in the post-Yugoslav space. This year, it is being held as an online event on the KUDO platform.
In three panels, the Forum participants will be discussing transitional justice in the region, as well as memorialisation, commemorations and the issue of missing persons in post-Yugoslav countries.
On the first day, December 21, two panels will be held.
In the first panel, “Stocktaking of Transitional Justice – Challenges as Opportunities“, the panellists will give some insights into the contemporary status of transitional justice processes in the region, as well as into the transitional justice crises post-Yugoslav societies are facing.
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The second panel has memorialisation as its topic. “Politics of Memory and Commemorations of Victims“. The panellist will be analysing official memory politics and war crimes commemorations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Serbia and Kosovo, focusing especially on victims commemoration and instrumentalisation.
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The panel on missing persons, “The Issue of Missing Persons – The Priority of Regional Cooperation“, will be held on the second day of the Forum, December 22. In this panel, the participants will be speaking of the missing persons in the ex-Yugoslavia region and the issue of remembering those whose mortal remains have never been found.
Join this panel as VIEWER: https://live.kudoway.eu/br/110218285756