Emerging out of the same foment of war and violence that led to the recognition of international human rights, post-conflict or transitional justice represents one of the most important political developments in efforts to advance human civilization to arise during the course of the twentieth century.
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Guinn, David E.
"Human Rights Education: The Third Leg of Post-Conflict/Transitional Justice,"
Human Rights & Human Welfare: Vol. 7:
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