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Centre for the International Politics of Conflict, Rights and Justice

Transitional Justice

CCRJ is pursuing work on the consequences of pursuing international justice in ongoing conflict, and on the effects of international justice and other accountability mechanism on political outcomes in different types of states. Dr. Vinjamuri holds a grant from the Smith Richardson Foundation to pursue this research. She is also part of a project funded by the Luce Foundation and Directed by Professor Jack Snyder, Columbia University, that is looking at the political impact of international justice initiatives.    

CCRJ also founded and helps to run the London Transitional Justice Network. Dr. Leslie Vinjamuri is Co-Chair of this Network. LTJN is a new inter-university and interdisciplinary network of scholars, practitioners and policymakers from the wider London area (and beyond) who have research interests in the politics, policies and processes of transitional justice. It is jointly convened by the Centre for the International Politics of Conflict, Rights and Justice (SOAS), LSE Global Governance Centre, and the Centre on Human Rights in Conflict at UEL.