CLIENT: Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security (GIWPS)
The project leader: Upwelling Ltd
This project was done under contract and supervision of “Upwelling Ltd”. The report combines data analysis, academic insights, thought leader opinions and case studies to provide guidance for policymakers, business managers, and support institutions.
The “Inclusive Justice – How Women Shape Transitional Justice in Tunisia and Colombia” study looks at how women shape transitional justice in Tunisia and Colombia – two very different contexts – and suggests why, and how, these cases provide valuable lessons for other nations undergoing political transition. The main report is 92 pages long document with a number of graphs, quotes and text.
Multilingual project: English (Report and reflowable e-pub); French, Spanish, and Arabic (short report and reflowable e-pub); English, French, Spanish and Arabic (Executive Summary)
For download a publication please visit this link: https://giwps.georgetown.edu/resource/inclusive-justice/
April 2017 to September 2017
Team Members: Sarah Rutherford, Luis Mancilla, Frederic Ballenegger, Aymen Khalifa, Pierre Airiau, Ammar Saad, Kaika Clubwala, Iva Stastny-Brosig, Petra Zorić, Mirna Radić