Perceptions of Transitional Justice in South Sudan

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This report investigates people’s perceptions and experiences of truth, justice and reconciliation in relation to the past and present conflicts in South Sudan. The main data-collection was undertaken by means of a survey, for which 1,912 respondents were interviewed in November and early December 2015 in Juba town, Juba Protection of Civilian site (POC), Wau town and Bentiu POC. Qualitative information was gathered during subsequent interviews and workshops aimed at sharing, fine-tuning and verification of findings.

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Rens Willems

Senior Researcher, Policy and Operations Evaluation Department at the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs
After having graduated from Utrecht University in 2008 with a MA degree in conflict studies and human rights, Mr. Willems worked with the Dutch Peace organization IKV Pax Christi. Subsequently he worked with the Centre for Conflict Studies of Utrecht University for a period of 3,5 years on a research project that he used to write his PhD. From 2013 until 2017 Mr. Willems worked as research fellow and programme leader for the University for Peace (UPEACE) Centre The Hague.

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