Globalcodes participates at the 2021 Blanquerna-Emerson Global Summit

On October 7-9, 2021, Blanquerna School hosted the 7th Edition of the Blanquerna-Emerson Global Summit titled “Responding to a Disrupted World: New Narratives and Mediated Realities”. The Globalcodes resesearchers leading the project “What truth”, funded by the Institut Català per la Pau (ICIP), presented the preliminary results of their study on the politics of knowledge in the design and implementation of truth-telling processes during post-conflict settings. With the paper “What truth? An analysis of knowledge production around truth commissions in transitional justice setting”, Ana I Rodríguez shared with the audience the theoretical framework developed to explore the changing imbalances of power on any Truth Commission among different international, national and local actors, based on their findings across four case studies: Sierra Leona, Ivory Coast, Nepal and Colombia. The final results of the study will be widely shared in an online seminar planned for late November 2021 — stay tuned¡
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