Negotiating postcolonial legacies: Conflicting notions of justice in the case of Belgium

Do parties handle conflicting justice notions when they negotiate about the legacy of a colonial past? This question is at the core of an increasing number of judicial and non-judicial processes around the world.  Valérie Rosoux discusses the conflicting justice notions mobilized in the negotiation process when seeking to come to an agreement or other kind of conclusion to the process.

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