Interview with Dr. Luke Moffett: Reparations in Post-Conflict Societies

What are reparations and how are they different from other transitional justice mechanisms? How are reparations from war different from those of dictatorships, legacies of slavery and colonization? Do reparations help people “heal”, individually and collectively, wounds from the past? If so, how? 

What can we learn from the case studies of Guatemala, Peru, Northern Ireland, Uganda, Nepal, South Africa and Kosovo? 

An interview with Dr. Luke Moffett, reader of the School of Law at Queen’s University Belfast and author of the new book “Reparations and War: Finding the Balance in Repairing the Past”. 

Listen to the interview on Spotify here

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