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Justice, truth and reconciliation in post conflict healing process

Professor Tushar Kanti Saha

Truth commissions are strategic in nature with plan devised for situations in which war crimes and human rights abuses have largely came to an end and societies are struggling to come to terms with the tragedy. One focus is on investigations to determine what actually happened, especially to people who may have just “disappeared”. The task is also to find out who was responsible and assigning appropriate punishment within the province of investigation by a credible institution. This requires one to consider the forces that led people to commit such crimes.

ISSHR Conference, 6- 8 October 2011, Tbilissi, Georgia.
Health and Human Rights: Doing Justice, Building Capacity
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Professor Tushar Kanti Saha

Professor Tushar Kanti Saha is an Indian jurist known in the continent of Africa and the world at large for his contribution in jurisprudence and educating law students around the world with experience and expertise gained from three continents. Currently based at National University of Lesotho in Southern Africa he has written five books viz.Democracy in Danger, Administrative Law, Law of Tort and Consumer Justice, Legal Methods, Legal Systems and Research, and Constitution of Lesotho-A Text of Comparative Research Study.

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