Transitional Justice and Education
Engaging Young People in Peacebuilding and Reconciliation
This volume addresses the role and importance of education for processes of transitional justice. In the aftermath of conflict and mass violence, education has been one of the tools with which societies have sought to achieve positive transformation. While education has the potential to trigger, maintain, and exacerbate conflict, it has also been designed to promote a deeper, more nuanced understanding of the past and to advance reconciliation, peacebuilding, and prevention. The original contributions in the book reflect on lessons learned from education policies of the past in post-conflict societies and seek innovative, sustainable, and context-sensitive grassroots approaches, designed to advocate critical thinking, values of inclusion and tolerance, and ultimately a culture of peace.
- Clara Ramírez-Barat (Hg.)
- Dr Clara Ramírez-Barat is the Director of the Educational Policies Program of the Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation. Previously, she was a Fulbright Postdoctoral Fellow and Senior Research Associate at the International Centre for Transitional Justice.
- Martina Schulze (Hg.)
- Martina Schulze coordinated the Georg Arnhold Program on Education for Sustainable Peace at the Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research, Braunschweig, from 2013 until 2016. She currently heads the International Office of Hamburg University of Applied Sciences.
- Olaf Kühne (Hg.),
- Thomas Strobel (Hg.),
- Robert Traba (Hg.),
- Marcin Wiatr (Hg.)