Outreach Evaluation: The International Criminal Court in the Central African Republic

@article{Vinck2010OutreachET,
  title={Outreach Evaluation: The International Criminal Court in the Central African Republic},
  author={Patrick Vinck and Phuong N. Pham},
  journal={International Journal of Transitional Justice},
  year={2010},
  volume={4},
  pages={421-442}
}
  • P. Vinck, P. Pham
  • Published 1 November 2010
  • Political Science
  • International Journal of Transitional Justice
1 Public information and outreach have emerged as one of the fundamental activities of transitional justice mechanisms. Their objective is to raise public awareness, knowledge and participation among affected communities. Despite this increased focus, understanding of the role, impact and effectiveness of various outreach strategies remains limited, as is understanding of communities’ knowledge, perceptions and attitudes about transitional justice mechanisms, including their expectations. The… 

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