• About Nomvuyo Nolutshungu

    Nomvuyo Nolutshungu is Ph.D. candidate in political science at the CUNY Graduate Center. Her dissertation is on the role of expertise in international and transitional justice and her interests include human rights,international law and the politics of global governance as well as sexuality studies. Nolutshungu works at CUNY's Ralph Bunche Institute for International Studies and at Hunter College of the City University of New York.

    Can Making Amends to Victims of Atrocities Actually Help?

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    Meeting with Muslim women in Bangui, CAR

    The conclusion of the International Criminal Court’s first trial this summer was duly noted in global media and political circles. Yet little attention was paid to the equally landmark move by the court mandating reparations for victims of the atrocities committed by the man who was sentenced for the war crimes case, Thomas Lubanga...

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