Accomplishments, shortcomings and challenges: evaluation of the Special Court for Sierra Leone
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This thesis assessed the effectiveness of the Special Court in relation to the impact is has made in cultivating the rudiments of a human rights culture, dispensing justice, ending a culture of impunity, effecting unity and national reconciliation in post war Sierra Leone.
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