By International IDEA, Priscilla B. Hayner, Stef Vandeginste, Brandon Hamber, Teresa Barnes, David Bloomfield, Karen Fogg, Desmond Tutu
This guide provides a variety of instruments that may be, and feature been, hired within the layout and implementation of reconciliation procedures. so much of them draw at the adventure of individuals grappling with the issues of prior violence and injustice. there isn't any 'right solution' to the problem of reconciliation, and so the instruction manual prescribes no unmarried method. in its place, it provides the choices and strategies, with their strengths and weaknesses evaluated, in order that practitioners and policy-makers can undertake or adapt them, as most nearly fits each one particular context.
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4 Concluding Remarks A great many factors must be considered in the delicate work of designing and implementing the most appropriate reconciliation process for a particular context. Pressures for quick results must be resisted, since quick results will only scratch the surface and, while bringing temporarily the appearance of a reconciled society, will leave underlying resentments or emotions unaddressed and fail to address the relationship-building that is the basis of real reconciliation. Equally, however, too subtle or too invisible a process will discourage people from seeing progress and will breed scepticism.
It put him, many observers said, in the company of other African reconciliation-minded statesmen - Léopold Senghor of Senegal, Julius Nyerere of Tanzania, Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia and Jomo Kenyatta of Kenya. Mugabe was speaking about the future relationship between white and black citizens of his country. He wanted, he said, to draw a line through the past - a past of colonialism in general and of the liberation war of the 1970s in particular. He put much less emphasis on the question of reconciliation within the black community where two groups had fought bitter conflicts, both in the far past and as rivals in the liberation movement.
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Reconciliation After Violent Conflict: A Handbook by International IDEA, Priscilla B. Hayner, Stef Vandeginste, Brandon Hamber, Teresa Barnes, David Bloomfield, Karen Fogg, Desmond Tutu