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The Transitional Justice Institute invite you to join us for a seminar exploring the Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Recommendations on Reparations: A missed opportunity for economic, social and cultural rights, or transformative potential?

Kelsey Rhude is a final year Hardiman funded PhD candidate at the Irish Centre for Human Rights in the University of Galway, under the supervision of Dr Anita Ferrara. Her research evaluates ‘local’ and survivor-centred approaches to transitional justice in Liberia's post-conflict landscape, with particular focus on the Palava Hut mechanism, the Liberian TRC, and reparations. Having worked in both academic and NGO spaces, Kelsey is an early career researcher with expertise in legal and socio-legal research in the fields of international human rights law, transitional justice and peacebuilding.

Light lunch will be available at the event.

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The Belfast campus is situated in the artistic and cultural centre of the city, the Cathedral Quarter.

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Ulster University,
2-24 York Street,
BT15 1AP

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Thursday 19 October


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