Transitional Justice in the North East Asia Region

Dr. Mikyoung Kim, Associate Professor of Sociology at Hiroshima City University, reviewed the difficulties that transitional justice processes in the North East Asia region have faced since 1945. In particular, she discussed the reconciliation processes and challenges in Japan and South Korea.

Her presentation was part of her advisory work for the ORA project on “Transitional Justice and Democratic Institution Building” at The Hague Institute for Global Justice and University of East London.

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