Roads to Justice: “People Define the Times: Witnessing Communist Oppression and its Legacy in Albania”2 apr 2019
Van 17:00 - 19:00uur
VOC-zaal UvA, Kloveniersburgwal 48, Amsterdam
After a short break, our annual Transitional Justice film and debate series is making a comeback. With our Roads to Justice programme we aim to connect our continuing Transitional Justice research agenda to the public debate.
Transitional Justice has many different faces. They include (inter)national tribunals, truth and reconciliation commissions and local coping mechanisms. How does a society, and how do individuals, that survived mass violence and human rights abuses build a new future, and what mechanisms do they use for coming to terms with this past? This series – organised by the NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies and various partners – highlights roads to justice around the globe through documentary film and discussion with special guests.
On April 2, 2019 we will screen the documentary:
“People Define the Times: Witnessing Communist Oppression and its Legacy in Albania” (Desada Metaj/Albanian Cultural Society)
With Special Guest Dr. Enriketa Pandelejmoni (University of Tirana). The documentary will start with a presentation by our guest speaker, and be followed by discussion.