Transitional Justice In Post-Yugoslav States:
Political Will And Public Support For The Recom Process
Edited By Denisa Kostovicova
This special issue, whose aim is to contribute to the debate on transitional justice in the Western Balkans, is largely based on two events. One is a day-long seminar entitled ‘European Integration and Transitional Justice: Prospects and Policy Options for Restorative Justice in the Western Balkans’, organised by the former Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economics and Political Science, and the Humanitarian Law Centre, Belgrade, held at the European Commission in Brussels in December 2009.
The other is the International Forum for Transitional Justice organised by the Coalition for RECOM, held in Sarajevo in June 2011. The support of the European Commission, Compagnia di San Paolo and King Baudouin Foundation that enabled organising these events, and the support of the Open Society Faculty Development Programme in South East Europe and Civil Rights Defenders for the publication of this issue of the Forum for Transitional Justice are gratefully acknowledged.