By Briony Jones,Julie Bernath
Despite a extra reflective drawback during the last twenty years with marginalised voices, justice from under, energy family members and the legitimacy of mechanisms and methods, scholarship on transitional justice has remained fairly silent at the query of ‘resistance’. In reaction, this ebook asks what may be learnt via enticing with resistance to transitional justice not only as an issue of strategy, yet as an important component of transitional justice. Drawing on literatures approximately resistance from geography and anthropology, it's the social act of labelling resistance, in addition to its subjective nature, that's addressed right here as a part of the political, financial, social and cultural contexts within which transitional justice approaches spread. operating via 3 instances – Côte d’Ivoire, Burundi and Cambodia – each one bankruptcy of the booklet addresses a special shape or that means of resistance, from the vantage element of a number of actors. As such, every one bankruptcy provides a distinct point to an total argument that disrupts the norm/deviancy dichotomy that has to this point characterized the restricted paintings on resistance and transitional justice. jointly, the chapters of the e-book strengthen cross-cutting subject matters that difficult an total argument for contemplating resistance to transitional justice as a subjective section of a political method, instead of as an issue of implementation.