Beyond TJ Mini-Series Episode 2: Citizen Security and Transitional Justice

In this special series of LawPod we introduce a recently published edited collection, Beyond Transitional Justice: Transformative Justice and the State of the Field (or Non-Field), edited by Dr Matthew Evans (University of Sussex) and published by Routledge in 2022.

In this second episode, Dr Dáire McGill (University of Oxford) tells us about his chapter in the collection, ‘Transforming Experiences of Citizen Security?’ Dáire introduces the concept of citizen security and its relevance to transitional and transformative justice through engendering participatory processes and strengthening state-citizen relationships, drawing on the case studies of Colombia and Northern Ireland.

Information on the edited collection can be found here.

Listeners may be interested in Dáire’s other work:

McGill, D. (2022) ‘Reduciendo la violencia estructural mediante la justicia transformativa’ in Gutiérrez Danton, J.A., Hoddy, E., and McGill, D. (Eds.) Justicia transformativa y cuestión agraria. Medellín: Universidad Santo Tomas Ediciones [forthcoming in Spanish].

McGill, D. (2022) ‘Transforming Experiences of Citizen Security?’ in Evans, M. (Ed.) Beyond Transitional Justice: Transformative Justice and the State of the Field (or non-field). Abingdon: Routledge.

McGill, D. (2020) ‘Book Review: From Transitional to Transformative Justice’. Social and Legal Studies, Vol. 29:6, pp925-928.

McGill, D. (2019) ‘Tackling Structural Violence Through The Transformative Justice Framework’ in Evans, M. (Ed.) Transitional and Transformative Justice: Critical and International Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge.

McGill, D. (2017) ‘Different Violence, Different Justice? Taking Structural Violence Seriously in Post-Conflict and Transitional Justice Processes’. State Crime Journal Special Issue on Post-Conflict Reconstruction, the Crimes of the Powerful and Transitional Justice, Vol. 6:1, pp79-101.

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