Critical Conversations about Transitional Justice in Nepal: Building Collaborations for Victim-Centric Practice
collaboration, enforced disappearance, missing persons, Nepal, transitional justice, victims
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This article, and its collaboratively paired article written solely by victim-activists (Bhandari, Chaudhary, and Chaudhary 2018 in this special issue), focus on the families of people who were forcibly disappeared during Nepal's decade-long internal armed conflict and their continued exclusion from processes of transitional justice. In this article, I highlight my continued conversations with victim-activists after I returned to the United States from Nepal and question what kinds of collaborations are possible to facilitate inclusion and social justice for marginalized victims.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Practicing Anthropology, v. 40, no. 2, p. 19-23.
Scholar Commons Citation
Billingsley, Krista, "Critical Conversations about Transitional Justice in Nepal: Building Collaborations for Victim-Centric Practice" (2018). Anthropology Faculty Publications. 26.