How the AU can promote transitional justice in South Sudan

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The African Union is mandated to help South Sudan to ensure accountability for past human rights abuses through the establishment of a hybrid court. This mandate is derived from the Agreement for the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan, signed in 2015. The agreement also makes provision for a Commission for Truth, Reconciliation and Healing and a Compensation and Reparation Authority. In the face of continued violence in South Sudan, how can the African Union assist in enabling an effective transitional justice strategy for the country?

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Amanda Lucey

Senior Researcher in the Peace Operations and Peacebuilding Division at Institute for Security Studies (ISS), Pretoria

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