The London Transitional Justice Network (LTJN) is a new inter-university and interdisciplinary network of scholars, practitioners and policymakers from the wider London area (and beyond) who have research interests in the politics, policies and processes of transitional justice. The LTJN is jointly convened by the LSE Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit, the Centre on Human Rights in Conflict at UEL, the Centre for the International Politics of Conflict, Rights and Justice at SOAS and the UCL Institute of the Americas. The Network will hold seminars several times a year in which transitional justice scholars and practitioners can present their work in progress, as well as organise occasional conferences and events on transitional justice themes.
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