Abstract

This project examines the patterns of human rights violations associated with governance in Ghana's post-colonial history, and attempts to confront them using transitional justice measures. It does so through the lens of Ghana's National Reconciliation Commission (NRC), a truth commission, set up in 2002 to facilitate reconciliation. It examines the interplay between external interventions and post-colonial domestic politics, showing its impact on the country's brutal past and democratization.

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