Ana Garcia Rodicio, visiting fellow at the University of Notre Dames Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, will present a lecture titledPost-Genocide Transitional Justice: The Process of Cambodia in Dialogue with Bosnia and Rwandaat 4:15 p.m. Nov. 3 (Thursday) in Room C103 of the Hesburgh Center for International Studies at Notre Dame.
Sponsored by the Kroc Institute, the presentation is free and open to the public.
Garcia Rodicios project at the Kroc Institute isA Comprehensive Theory of Restorative Justice in Three Post-Genocide Societies:Cambodia,Rwandaand Bosnia-Herzegovina.It aims to reach action-oriented theoretical conclusions that will expose further explorations on the restorative justice standard. Garcia Rodicio was the coordinator of a research project on these issues inCambodiain 1999 and 2000 and did field work in the Balkans the past two years.
Garcia Rodicio holds a bachelors degree in law from theUniversityofSantiago de Compostela,Spain. She also earned a post-graduate degree in international humanitarian assistance from the Universities of Deusto inSpainandOxford. She is a doctoral candidate at the University Institute of International RelationsOrtega y Gassetin Madrid and, in the last three years, she has worked as researcher on the projectConflicts: Prevention, Resolution, Reconciliationfor the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Spanish Committee/Globalitaria in Madrid.
More information on the Kroc Institute and its events can be found on the Web at http://www.nd.edu/~krocinst . **