Hosted with the generous support of the Planethood Foundation, the Law Faculty, and the Centre for Criminology.

Oxford Transitional Justice Research will be holding its 2014 Summer Conference ‘Borders and Boundaries in Transitional Justice’ on June 27th 2014 at the Cube, Law Faculty, University of Oxford.

This year’s conference will explore the issue of how borders and boundaries affect transitional justice processes across the world. The conference is organised around four panels:

  1. The interplay between local, regional, and foreign transnational processes;
  2. The role of diaspora and stateless communities in transitional justice;
  3. The ways in which international law is dealing with cross-border transitional justice concerns; and
  4. How local, national, and global approaches are affecting the theory and practice of transitional justice.

Registration is now open and we encourage all potential participants to register as soon as possible. Spaces are limited. We particularly welcome graduate students and early career researchers working on issues of transitional justice. A small registration fee includes tea and coffee and a light lunch.

To register please follow this link. The full conference programme is available here.

For further information or questions, please contact the OTJR Convenor Miles Jackson (miles.jackson@law.ox.ac.uk) or OTJR’s External Relations Officer Leila Ullrich (leila.ullrich@hertford.ox.ac.uk).