Beyond the spiral of hate: Reconstructing positive memory
Blagojević Marina
Temida, 2002 5(4):3-8
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Denial, acknowledgement and reconciliation
Jamieson Ruth
Temida, 2002 5(4):9-13
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Accepting the truth: A step toward reconciliation
Ilić Zoran
Temida, 2002 5(4):15-18
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Truth and reconciliation: Yes, please! No, thank you!
Kesić Vesna
Temida, 2002 5(4):19-21
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From denazification to renazification: Experiences in postwar Germany and a victimological point of view on truth and reconciliation
Kirchhoff Ferdinand Gerd
Temida, 2002 5(4):23-28
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Truth and justice: The challenge for victims at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
Armatta Judith
Temida, 2002 5(4):29-32
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Truth and reconciliation: Should the key notions be revised?: Experiences from South-Africa and Rwanda
Rombouts Heidy
Temida, 2002 5(4):33-44
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Northern Ireland and truth and reconciliation healing through remembering: The story so far
Wall David
Temida, 2002 5(4):45-50
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The preconditions for reconciliation
Šehić Vehid
Temida, 2002 5(4):51-52
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Psychological basis of the reconciliation process
Petrović Nebojša
Temida, 2002 5(4):53-57
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Failed catharsis after the Second World War
Bijelić Biljana
Temida, 2002 5(4):59-61
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Truth and reconciliation
Golubović Nada
Temida, 2002 5(4):63-64
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Psychosocial reconciliation in the former Yugoslavia
Đurić Dijana
Temida, 2002 5(4):65-66
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Specificities of victimization in Serbia and its importance for truth and reconciliation process
Nikolić-Ristanović Vesna Ž.
Temida, 2002 5(4):67-75
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O ocu mom/tvom/njenom/njegovom - tresak koji čujem posle pedeset godina
Radović Nadežda
Temida, 2002 5(4):77-78
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Suočavanje sa prošlošću i mirovni aktivizam
Jovanović Branka
Temida, 2002 5(4):79-82
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Kako sam odrastala u devedesetim - od sobne egzilantkinje do aktivne građanke
Gajicki Marija
Temida, 2002 5(4):83-83
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Istina i pomirenje - analiza slučaja - mogući put razumijevanja
Knežić Branislava T.
Temida, 2002 5(4):85-86
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Which model of truth and reconciliation applies to former Yugoslavia?: Some thoughts on the closing panel discussion
Tošić Jelena
Temida, 2002 5(4):87-90
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Gerry Johnstone: Restorative justice ideas, values, debates, Willan publishing, Devon, U.K., 2002, str.190
Ćopić Sanja M.
Temida, 2002 5(4):91-92
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