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Peacebuilding, Memory and Reconciliation by Genevieve Parent, Bruno Charbonneau

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INDEX

Differences between chapters in spellings, capitalizations and hyphenations have been standardized to the majority usage.

aboriginal peoples: apologies to 134; First Nations people, Canada 15, 134, 1645, 1678, 168, 16970, 171, 172, 173

activists, collective “code of conduct,” Uruguay 827

ADHOC, Cambodia 97

Adwan, Sami 2026

African Americans, apologies to 130, 134, 144n2

al Naqba (“the catastrophe”), Palestine 146, 1489, 153

Allport, Gordon 47

alternative dispute resolution (ADR) 164

amnesty 132

Anderson, Mary 38, 51n2

Angkar, Democratic Kampuchea 129n9

Angola 44

Annan, Kofi 5

antagonists see enemies

anthropological context, apologies 136

apologies 126, 128; role in Cambodia 14, 110, 115, 11625; see also governmental apologies ...

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