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23/09/2022 – Symposium ‘Historical truth and accountability in the post-colonial state’ at Ghent University

The symposium was organised by Prof. Dr. Tine Destrooper, Justice Visions – Human Rights Centre (Ghent University) and Dr. Cira Palli-Aspero, Human Rights Centre, Ghent University to share insights and reflect on accountability for and recognition of (post-)colonial violence and its effects onsociety today. Nicole Immler and Niké Wentholt presented and participated in the rich […]

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20-23/09/2022 – ‘Parliament of Things’ in Sustainability Summerschools ’22: Climate and Degrowth at Ghent University

In collaboration with Peter Aers (Building Conversation), Thomas Block (Centre for Sustainable Development, UGhent) and Ellen vandenplas (UGhent) Obiozo Ukpabi facilitated a Parliament of Things with students from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds to reflect on and discuss urgent ecological, social and political questions and their implications for human/non-human and ‘nature’ relationships. Inspired by the […]

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14/04/2022 – Studium Generale (UU) over Slavernij: Hoe herstellen we historisch onrecht?

Hoe erken, verwerk en herstel je historisch onrecht en trauma? Van excuses tot herstelbetalingen, en van kennisverspreiding tot échte sociale gelijkwaardigheid: hoe maken we van het slavernijverleden een gedeeld verleden? Een gesprek met prof. Nicole Immler, dr. René Koekkoek (Universiteit Utrecht) en Urwin Vyent (directeur Nationaal instituut Nederlands slavernijverleden en erfenis) over excuses, erkenning en herstel. […]

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25/03/2022 – Twinning Symposium ‘Restorative Justice’ 

On 25 March we were invited to contribute to the final symposium of the ‘Twinning project: Restorative Justice Suriname and the Netherlands’ at the Faculty of Law at Maastricht University, organized by Jacques Claessen.   Researchers and professionals from Suriname and the Netherlands have started a collaboration to extend their knowledge of restorative justice, its […]

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6&7/07/2021 – Conference ‘Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Transitional Justice’ hosted by Loughborough University (UK)

All team members of the Dialogics of Justice project have participated in the two-day virtual conference on Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Transitional Justice, hosted by the Loughborough University Centre for Research in Communication and Culture. The versatile program included panels on Transitional Justice and Politics of Recognition, Transitional Justice and Memory, and Transitional Justice, Human Rights, […]

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