Le role que jouent les parlements dans les processus de réconciliation national en Afrique

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This publication is only available in electronic format
Published: 
1 May 2007
Language: 
français
Pages: 
92
ISBN: 
978-91-85391-99-8 (Print)
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Reconciliation is highly complex process that involves many different issues, stages and actors.

There is no ‘one-size-fits’ all success model, nor a quick-fix solution. It is also a time-consuming process, which, as several seminar participants and the seminar noted, affects the lives of several generations. A long-term approach to promoting reconciliation is thus essential.

In November 2005, International IDEA, the Inter-Parliamentary Union and the Parliament of Burundi organized a seminar held in Bujumbura on the role of parliamentarians in national reconciliation processes in Africa.

The seminar sparked a lively dialogue between African parliamentarians on the topic, and fostered a better understanding of the role of parliaments in seeing through a reconciliation process and identifying priorities and pitfalls along the way.

Contents

Avant-propos

Programme su séminaire

Résumé et recommandations présentés par le Rapporteur du séminaire

Séance inaugurale

Séance thématiques

La nécessité de traiter les cicatries du passé

Le Parlement au lendemain d’un conflit

Femmes et genre dans les situations d’après-conflit

Les commissions Vérité et Réconciliation

Procès

Justice ou amnistie

Réparations

Réformes institutionnelles

La contribution de la communauté internationale à la réconciliation

Séance de conclusion Liste de participants

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