New Report – Preventing Recurrence: Policy Alternatives for Transitional Justice in Western Balkans


Dealing with the legacy of the past is still highly relevant in the Western Balkans today. Following the conflict in the 1990s, transitional justice efforts have so far failed to live up to the promise of ‘never again’. In spite of the urgency to focus on prevention, there is however currently no political will to do so in a determined and targeted manner. According to the new report by Impunity Watch and BIRN, in order to deal with the past to ensure that conflicts never happen again, governments in the Western Balkans should support victims through more holistic transitional justice, bolster civil society, and address individual and collective trauma. Read more here.

Source: Impunity Watch


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