Moving Beyond: Towards Transitional Justice in the Bangsamoro Peace Process

From the three forewords:

“This collection of articles is a valuable tool for understanding transitional justice and its possible contribution to a transformation of Central and South-Western Mindanao into a peaceful and progressive society after long intermittent periods of violent conflict.” Cardinal Quevedo

“The long road to peace in Mindanao is an arduous journey. For the negotiators in the peace talks between the Government of the Philippines (GPH) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), it has meant 17 years of hard talk and painstaking bargaining on positions andissues, while steadfastly holding on to their respective principles.” Raissa Jajurie

“For the Indigenous Peoples, peace is not just the absence of war, but most importantly is the security of their stomach, lives, properties, culture, system of self-governance, customary laws, ancestral domain, and identity. In a nutshell, freedom and justice.” Timuay Santos Unsad


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