International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Political Science | Sri Lanka | Volume 8 Issue 9, September 2019

A Study on Identifying the Challenges Faced When Implementing Transitional Justice: (A Case Study of Chile Transitional Justice Process)

Nishan Sakalasooriya [2] | B.K.K Gayathra Perera | T.H Kandewatte

Abstract: The humankind has taken various measures in an attempt to minimize conflicts across the globe, to prevent any conflict from happening repeatedly and to make sure that the global peace is established. Because of these attempts many study fields were introduced to the world and in mid 1990’s Transitional Justice (TJ) came to the fore. Many countries across the globe tried to implement TJ could not achieve its fullest potential due to various challenges and negative impacts towards the process. These challenges and negative impacts occurred when implementing TJ in several countries seemed different from one another, there are similarities as well. The main purpose of this study is to conduct an extensive and a thorough search into these challenges or the negative impacts when implementing TJ. In addition, the study will look into finding a method to identify these negatives beforehand and implement Transitional Justice in a way that these pessimistic factors will not harm the process of Transitional Justice with main attention to Chile Transitional Justice process. A descriptive methodology will be used to conduct this study. Once the secondary data is gathered, those data will be studied and reinterpreted to determine the main purpose of the study. Source for secondary data will be books and journals written on TJ (About the selected countries). Further, the study expects to gather data from the internet, various reports, news articles and expert interviews on Transitional Justice

Keywords: Transitional Justice, conflict, challenges, Chile

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 9, September 2019,

Pages: 54 - 59

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