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Dr. Christopher K. Lamont delivers lecture on transitional justice in Tunisia at the University of Zagreb

09 March 2012

On 9 March 2012, Dr. Christopher K. Lamont, delivered alecture entitled “Law and Justice after Ben Ali: Mapping Transitional Justice in theMaghreb” at the Faculty of Political Science at the University of Zagreb as part of the Faculty’s Advanced Research Seminars convened by Professor Dejan Jovic. Lamont explored transitional justice demands advanced in the aftermath of the collapse of the Ben Ali regime and a diverse array of transitional justice mechanisms that range from state commissions tasked with investigating past acts of corruption and human rights abuses, criminal trials of members of the Ben Ali family to attempts at vetting. Following Lamont’s lecture, Lamont was interviewed on the Arab Spring for the Croatian foreign policy journal Gentlemen’s Agreement.

Link to interview (in Croatian):

http://politeathinktank.files.wordpress.com/2012/04/gentlemens-agreement-oc5beujak-2012.pdf

Link to lecture:

http://www.fpzg.unizg.hr/index.php?q=/novosti/novosti/napredni-istrazivacki-seminar-dr-christopher-k.-lamont-sveuciliste-groningen-nizozemska

 

Last modified:04 July 2014 9.30 p.m.

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