Dr Wendy Lambourne

BSc(Hons) (Melb), MAIR (ANU), GDIntLaw (ANU), PhD (Sydney)
Senior Lecturer, Department of Peace and Conflict Studies

K01 - Mackie Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9036 9286

Curriculum vitae Curriculum vitae

Biographical details

Since completing my PhD in 2002, I have developed my academic career in peace and conflict studies with the University of Sydney, serving as the Deputy Director of the Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, Postgraduate Research Coordinator, Undergraduate Coordinator and Master of Peace and Conflict Studies Degree Director. Prior to joining the University of Sydney I worked in Canberra with the Peace Research Centre at the Australian National University, and as National Manager of RESULTS Australia, part of an international civil society network lobbying on aid and development issues. I have been co-coordinator of the Reconciliation and Transitional Justice Commission of the International Peace Research Association since 2006, and an associate of the Burundian non-government organisation, Trauma Healing and Reconciliation Services (THARS), since 2012.

My research for the past 20 years has been concerned with how survivors of genocide and other mass violence deal with the past in order to build peace for the future, focusing on questions of transitional justice, peacebuilding, healing and reconciliation from the perspective of locally affected populations. My regional focus is on Africa and Asia/Pacific where I have conducted field research in Cambodia, Timor Leste, Sierra Leone, Mozambique, Rwanda, Uganda and Burundi. I have also considered questions of reconciliation and healing in the context of Australian Indigenous/settler relations and, most recently, the role of community-based psychosocial programs for people from a refugee background living in Australia. My research has led me to propose a model of transformative justice that incorporates psychosocial, political and socioeconomic as well as legal justice; a focus on the future as well as the past; and the importance of localisation and contextualisation. As an adjunct to this research I introduced the concept of inreach to complement the accepted focus on outreach in order to support civil society participation, agency and empowerment in transitional justice, and I have argued for the significance of trauma healing and psychosocial interventions for transitional justice and peacebuilding.

Research interests

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  • Transitional Justice
  • Peacebuilding
  • Reconciliation
  • Trauma Healing
  • Restorative Justice
  • Genocide
  • United Nations
  • Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Asia/Pacific

Teaching and supervision

Areas of teaching and research supervision

Current Teaching: Postgraduate

  • PACS6915: Human Rights, Peace and Justice (core unit)
  • PACS6931: Conflict Resolution Theory and Practice (capstone unit)
  • PACS6902: Reconciliation and Conflict Transformation (core unit)
  • PACS6901: United Nations, Peace and Security

Past Teaching: Postgraduate

  • PACS6911: Key Issues in Peace and Conflict Studies (core unit)
  • PACS6921: Peace of Mind: The Psychology of Peace (core unit)
  • PACS6917: Religion, War and Peace
  • PACS6927: Transitional Justice and Peacebuilding
  • PACS6904/5: Dissertation Parts 1 and 2

Past Teaching: Undergraduate

  • PACS2002: History and Politics of War and Peace

Supervision

Current PhD

Supervisor

  • Narelle Fletcher,Translating the Unspeakable: An Analysis of the Language Used to Speak of the 1994 Tutsi Genocide in Rwanda.
  • Peter McArdle Practical Paths to Peacebuilding in Water Conflict
  • Patrice Nyembo Psychosocial Wellbeing of War Survivors from the African Great Lakes Region Living in Australia
  • Aime Saba Interactions between External Actors and Local Actors in Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Processes in Burundi

Associate Supervisor

  • Judith Herrmann (James Cook University), A critical analysis of the needs of female survivors of sexual violence and their experiences with transitional justice – the case of Rwandan gacaca

Current DSocSci

Supervisor

  • Zoe Bedford,Does aid to Burma conflict zones bring communities closer towards peace?
  • Scott Hearnden, Developing a Culture of Peace and Human Rights through Civil Society within Sri Lanka
  • Nimalan Karthikeyan,Demilitarisation, Democratisation and Peacebuilding in Sri Lanka

Past PhD

Supervisor

  • Lydia Gitau,An Exploration of Trauma Interventions and Building Peace: A Case Study of South Sudanese Refugees in Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya.
  • Eyal Mayroz,From the Genocide Convention to Darfur: The Role of the United States in Efforts and Failures to Halt Genocide
  • Vivianna Rodriguez Carreon,Empowerment Formation: Women’s Agency for Participation in Decision Making within the Poverty and Conflict Context Case of Rural Peru
  • Annabel McGoldrick,The Evolving Case for Peace Journalism
  • James Tonny Dhizaala,The Liberian Truth and Reconciliation Commission: Contribution to Peace and Reconciliation
  • Annie Herro,A United Nations Emergency Peace Service: An ambitious idea whose time has come?
  • Camellia Webb-Gannon,Birds of a Feather: Conflict and Unity within West Papua’s Independence Movement
  • David Penklis,Implications of the 1993 to 2008 Burundi Peace Process for United Nations Peacekeeping Operations

Associate Supervisor

  • Rachael Hart ,United Nations Peacebuilding Policies: Contesting the Neoliberal Paradigm
  • Thushara Dibley, Peacebuilding Partnerships: North/South NGO Relations in Aceh and Timor Leste

Past Master of Arts (Research)

Supervisor

  • David Lacey,The Role of Humiliation in Collective Political Violence
  • Andrea Ottina,Government Response to Political Activism: Conflict between the Public and the State, Genoa 2001
  • Silje Gerhardsen,Drawn Wells Have Sweetest Water: How Scarce Natural Resources May Internationalise Internal Wars: The Case of Sudan, Egypt, and the Nile

Current research students

Project title Research student
Access and equity in counselling for Australia's great lakes community war survivors: Prospective milestones toward peace and reconciliation Patrice NYEMBO

Current projects

Current research projects:

Assessing Peacebuilding Praxis: Burundi, Sierra Leone and the UN Peacebuilding Commission Ten Years On - funded by the Faculty Cross-disciplinary Research Support Scheme for Social Impact

A Survey of Community-Based Psychosocial Interventions for Refugees in Australia and their Impact on Trauma Healing and Social Cohesion – investigating psychosocial intervention methods used to support refugees in Australia to deal with past trauma and promote community building and social cohesion

Dealing with the Past: Trauma Healing, Transitional Justice and Transformative Peacebuilding in Rwanda and Burundi – exploring how local community level interventions to promote trauma healing and reconciliation contribute to transitional justice and peacebuilding after genocide and other mass violence.

Other recent projects:

Restorative Justice and the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse – researching the potential for restorative justice in the context of spiritual and moral harm caused by historical institutional child sexual abuse.

Making Transitional Justice Work for Women: Rights, Resilience and Responses to Violence Against Women in Northern Uganda, Kenya and Democratic Republic of Congo – a major collaborative research project with the Sydney Law School, University of Technology Sydney and ActionAID Australia.

Memorialisation and Reconciliation After Genocide: Rwanda 20 years On - explored the impact of memorialisation on reconciliation after genocide in Rwanda and the Rwandan diaspora community in Australia.

Associations

  • International Peace Research Association: Co-Convenor, Reconciliation and Transitional Justice Commission
  • International Studies Association: member of Human Rights and Peace Studies sections

Selected grants

2016

  • Assessing Peacebuilding Praxis: Burundi, Sierra Leone and the UN Peacebuilding Commission Ten Years On; Lambourne W; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/Faculty Cross-disciplinary Research Support Scheme for Social Impact.

2015

  • Power and Accountability Network; Enfield N, Bednarek M, Dar-Nimrod I, Goggin G, High H, Hobbins P, Lambourne W, Mahboob A, Martin J, Piper N, West C; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/Faculty Incentive Funding.

2014

  • Transformative Gender Justice: A Global Symposium; Shackel R, Lambourne W, Scanlon H, Boesten J, Fiske L, Angir C; Office of Global Engagement/IPDF Grant.

2013

  • Making Transitional Justice Work for Women: Rights, Resilience and Responses to Violence Against Women in Northern Uganda, Kenya and Democratic Republic of Congo; Shackel R, Lambourne W, Fiske L; Australian Agency for International Development (AUSAID)/Australian Development Research Awards.

2012

  • Law and Society; Beem B, Crofts T, Hendrischke H, Howard-Wagner D, Humphrey M, Lambourne W, Lee M, Macdonald G, Martin G, O'Brien K, O'Malley P, Park S, Piper N, Scott Bray R, Van Krieken R, Winter B; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/FASS Collaborative Research Scheme.

2005

  • Multiple approaches to justice and reconciliation: Rwanda and the Gacaca Trials; Lambourne W; University of Sydney/Early Career Researcher.

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Lambourne, W. (2017). Cooperation and Conflict: Civil Society Resistance and Engagement with Transitional Justice in Burundi. In Jasmina Brankovic & Hugo van der Merwe (Eds.), Advocating Transitional Justice in Africa: The Role of Civil Society. TBC: Springer.
  • Lambourne, W. (2017). The Idea of Transitional Justice: International Criminal Justice and Beyond. In Philipp Kastner (Eds.), International Criminal Law in Context. UK: Routledge.
  • Lambourne, W., Niyonzima, D. (2016). Breaking Cycles of Trauma and Violence: Psychosocial Approaches to Healing and Reconciliation in Burundi. In Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela (Eds.), Breaking Intergenerational Cycles of Repetition: A Global Dialogue on Historical Trauma and Memory, (pp. 291-307). Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers.
  • Lambourne, W. (2016). International Law: To End the Scourge of War..and to Build a Just Peace? In Oliver P. Richmond, Sandra Pogodda, Jasmin Ramovic (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Disciplinary and Regional Approaches to Peace, (pp. 247-258). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W. (2016). Restorative Justice and Reconciliation: The Missing Link in Transitional Justice. In Kerry Clamp (Eds.), Restorative Justice in Transitional Settings, (pp. 56-73). Abingdon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W. (2014). Transformative Justice, Reconciliation and Peacebuilding. In Susanne Buckley-Zistel, Teresa Koloma Beck, Christian Braun, Friederike Mieth (Eds.), Transitional Justice Theories, (pp. 19-39). Oxon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W. (2012). Outreach, Inreach and Civil Society Participation in Transitional Justice. In Nicola Palmer, Phil Clark, Danielle Granville, et al (Eds.), Critical perspectives in transitional justice, (pp. 235-261). Cambridge, UK: Intersentia NV.
  • Lambourne, W. (2010). Transitional Justice after Mass Violence: Reconciling Retributive and Restorative Justice. In Helen Irving, Jacqueline Mowbray and Kevin Walton (Eds.), Julius Stone: A Study in Influence, (pp. 214-237). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Lambourne, W. (2010). Unfinished Business: The Commission for Reception, Truth, and Reconciliation in East Timor. In Lilian A. Barria and Steven D. Roper (Eds.), The Development of Institutions of Human Rights: A Comparative Study, (pp. 195-207). USA: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W. (2006). Justice in the Aftermath of Mass Crimes: International Law and Peacebuilding. In Ustinia Dolgopol & Judith Gardam (Eds.), The Challenge of Conflict: International Law Responds, (pp. 261-279). Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff.
  • Lambourne, W. (2001). Justice and reconciliation: postconflict peacebuilding in Cambodia and Rwanda. In Mohammed Abu-Nimer (Eds.), Reconciliation, Coexistence and Justice in Interethnic Conflict: Theory and Practice. United States: Lexington Books.

Journals

  • Lambourne, W., Rodriguez Carreon, V. (2016). Engendering Transitional Justice: A Transformative Approach to Building Peace and Attaining Human Rights for Women. Human Rights Review, 17(1), 71-93. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W. (2014). What are the Pillars of Transitional Justice? The United Nations, Civil Society and the Justice Cascade in Burundi. Macquarie Law Journal, 13, 41-60.
  • Lambourne, W. (2013). Justice After Genocide: Impunity and the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. Genocide Studies and Prevention, 8(2), 29-43. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W., Gitau, L. (2013). Psychosocial Interventions, Peacebuilding and Development in Rwanda. Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, 8(3), 23-36. [More Information]
  • Herro, A., Lambourne, W., Penklis, D. (2009). Peacekeeping and peace enforcement in Africa: The potential contribution of a UN Emergency Peace Service. African Security Review, 18(1), 49-62.
  • Lambourne, W. (2009). Transitional Justice and Peacebuilding After Mass Violence. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 3(1), 28-48. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W., Herro, A. (2008). Peacebuilding theory and the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission: implications for non-UN interventions. Global Change, Peace and Security, 20(3), 275-289. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W. (2008). Towards Sustainable Peace and Development in Sierra Leone: Civil Society and the Peacebuilding Commission. Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, 4(2), 47-59.
  • Lambourne, W. (2007). Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding. Australia and the United Nations: A Report Card, Annual report 2007, 27-32.
  • Lambourne, W. (2004). Post-Conflict Peacebuilding; Meeting Human Needs For Justice And Reconciliation. Peace, Conflict and Development, 4, ONLINE-ONLINE.

Conferences

  • Lambourne, W. (2008). The Khmer Rouge Tribunal: Justice for Genocide in Cambodia? 25th Annual Conference of the Law and Society Association Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ 2008), Sydney: University of Sydney Library.
  • Lambourne, W. (2001). Responding to genocide in Rwanda and East Timor: prevention and prosecution. 2001 Rethinking Humanitarianism Conference, St. Lucia, Qld: University of Queensland.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Lambourne, W. (2017). Using Violence in the Name of Peace. Peacewrites, 2011:1.
  • Lambourne, W. (2014). Kwibuka 20: Rwanda's Journey of Hope. Peacewrites, 2014:1(1).
  • Lambourne, W. (2014). Kwibuka 20: Rwanda's Journey of Hope. The New Times (Kigali).
  • Lambourne, W. (2013). Humanising the Enemy: Stories of Hope and Struggle. Peacewrites, 2013:2.
  • Lambourne, W., Mackay, R. (2013). Restorative Justice and the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Peacwrites, 2013:1.
  • Lambourne, W., Dhizaala, J. (2012). Kony 2012: Beyond the Hype. Peacewrites, 2012:1.
  • Lambourne, W. (2012). Nonviolent Resistance and Conflict Resolution: Complementary Cousins? Peacewrites, 2012:1.
  • Lambourne, W. (2012). Trauma Healing and Reconciliation in Burundi. Peacewrites, 2012:2.
  • Lambourne, W., McGoldrick, A. (2012). Women Leading Peace. Peacewrites, 2012:2.
  • Lambourne, W. (2011). Book Reviews: Violence, Trauma and Healing. Peacewrites, 2011:2.
  • Lambourne, W. (2011). Revolution of Hope!. Peacewrites, 2011:2.
  • Lambourne, W. (2009). Peace Studies Day. Peacewrites, 2009:1.
  • Lambourne, W. (2009). The Khmer Rouge Tribunal and Justice for Cambodians. Peacewrites, 2009:2.
  • Lambourne, W. (2008). Faith in Peace in Uganda. Peacewrites, 2008:1.
  • Lambourne, W. (2008). Human Security, Global Governance. Peacewrites, 2008:2.
  • Lambourne, W. (2007). Australia's New Peace and Security Agenda. Peacewrites, 2007:2.
  • Lambourne, W. (2005). Reconcilliation in Rwanda: Applying Gacaca Community Justice to Genocide. Peacewrites, 2005:2.
  • Lambourne, W. (2003). Death by Irrelevance � War and the Threat to the UN. University of Sydney News.
  • Lambourne, W. (2001). Asylum Seekers Deserve a Change of Heart. University of Sydney News, 38:20.

Reference Works

  • Lambourne, W. (2013). Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation / Comissão de Acolhimento, Verdade e Reconciliacão de Timor Leste (East Timor). Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice. (pp. 43-48). Cambridge Press.

Other

  • Rees, S., Macnab, K., Lambourne, W. (2003), Three Steps Toward Developing Non-Violent Responses to Armed Aggression.

2017

  • Lambourne, W. (2017). Cooperation and Conflict: Civil Society Resistance and Engagement with Transitional Justice in Burundi. In Jasmina Brankovic & Hugo van der Merwe (Eds.), Advocating Transitional Justice in Africa: The Role of Civil Society. TBC: Springer.
  • Lambourne, W. (2017). The Idea of Transitional Justice: International Criminal Justice and Beyond. In Philipp Kastner (Eds.), International Criminal Law in Context. UK: Routledge.
  • Lambourne, W. (2017). Using Violence in the Name of Peace. Peacewrites, 2011:1.

2016

  • Lambourne, W., Niyonzima, D. (2016). Breaking Cycles of Trauma and Violence: Psychosocial Approaches to Healing and Reconciliation in Burundi. In Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela (Eds.), Breaking Intergenerational Cycles of Repetition: A Global Dialogue on Historical Trauma and Memory, (pp. 291-307). Opladen: Barbara Budrich Publishers.
  • Lambourne, W., Rodriguez Carreon, V. (2016). Engendering Transitional Justice: A Transformative Approach to Building Peace and Attaining Human Rights for Women. Human Rights Review, 17(1), 71-93. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W. (2016). International Law: To End the Scourge of War..and to Build a Just Peace? In Oliver P. Richmond, Sandra Pogodda, Jasmin Ramovic (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Disciplinary and Regional Approaches to Peace, (pp. 247-258). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W. (2016). Restorative Justice and Reconciliation: The Missing Link in Transitional Justice. In Kerry Clamp (Eds.), Restorative Justice in Transitional Settings, (pp. 56-73). Abingdon: Routledge. [More Information]

2014

  • Lambourne, W. (2014). Kwibuka 20: Rwanda's Journey of Hope. Peacewrites, 2014:1(1).
  • Lambourne, W. (2014). Kwibuka 20: Rwanda's Journey of Hope. The New Times (Kigali).
  • Lambourne, W. (2014). Transformative Justice, Reconciliation and Peacebuilding. In Susanne Buckley-Zistel, Teresa Koloma Beck, Christian Braun, Friederike Mieth (Eds.), Transitional Justice Theories, (pp. 19-39). Oxon: Routledge. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W. (2014). What are the Pillars of Transitional Justice? The United Nations, Civil Society and the Justice Cascade in Burundi. Macquarie Law Journal, 13, 41-60.

2013

  • Lambourne, W. (2013). Commission for Reception, Truth and Reconciliation / Comissão de Acolhimento, Verdade e Reconciliacão de Timor Leste (East Timor). Encyclopedia of Transitional Justice. (pp. 43-48). Cambridge Press.
  • Lambourne, W. (2013). Humanising the Enemy: Stories of Hope and Struggle. Peacewrites, 2013:2.
  • Lambourne, W. (2013). Justice After Genocide: Impunity and the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. Genocide Studies and Prevention, 8(2), 29-43. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W., Gitau, L. (2013). Psychosocial Interventions, Peacebuilding and Development in Rwanda. Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, 8(3), 23-36. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W., Mackay, R. (2013). Restorative Justice and the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. Peacwrites, 2013:1.

2012

  • Lambourne, W., Dhizaala, J. (2012). Kony 2012: Beyond the Hype. Peacewrites, 2012:1.
  • Lambourne, W. (2012). Nonviolent Resistance and Conflict Resolution: Complementary Cousins? Peacewrites, 2012:1.
  • Lambourne, W. (2012). Outreach, Inreach and Civil Society Participation in Transitional Justice. In Nicola Palmer, Phil Clark, Danielle Granville, et al (Eds.), Critical perspectives in transitional justice, (pp. 235-261). Cambridge, UK: Intersentia NV.
  • Lambourne, W. (2012). Trauma Healing and Reconciliation in Burundi. Peacewrites, 2012:2.
  • Lambourne, W., McGoldrick, A. (2012). Women Leading Peace. Peacewrites, 2012:2.

2011

  • Lambourne, W. (2011). Book Reviews: Violence, Trauma and Healing. Peacewrites, 2011:2.
  • Lambourne, W. (2011). Revolution of Hope!. Peacewrites, 2011:2.

2010

  • Lambourne, W. (2010). Transitional Justice after Mass Violence: Reconciling Retributive and Restorative Justice. In Helen Irving, Jacqueline Mowbray and Kevin Walton (Eds.), Julius Stone: A Study in Influence, (pp. 214-237). Sydney: The Federation Press.
  • Lambourne, W. (2010). Unfinished Business: The Commission for Reception, Truth, and Reconciliation in East Timor. In Lilian A. Barria and Steven D. Roper (Eds.), The Development of Institutions of Human Rights: A Comparative Study, (pp. 195-207). USA: Palgrave Macmillan. [More Information]

2009

  • Lambourne, W. (2009). Peace Studies Day. Peacewrites, 2009:1.
  • Herro, A., Lambourne, W., Penklis, D. (2009). Peacekeeping and peace enforcement in Africa: The potential contribution of a UN Emergency Peace Service. African Security Review, 18(1), 49-62.
  • Lambourne, W. (2009). The Khmer Rouge Tribunal and Justice for Cambodians. Peacewrites, 2009:2.
  • Lambourne, W. (2009). Transitional Justice and Peacebuilding After Mass Violence. International Journal of Transitional Justice, 3(1), 28-48. [More Information]

2008

  • Lambourne, W. (2008). Faith in Peace in Uganda. Peacewrites, 2008:1.
  • Lambourne, W. (2008). Human Security, Global Governance. Peacewrites, 2008:2.
  • Lambourne, W., Herro, A. (2008). Peacebuilding theory and the United Nations Peacebuilding Commission: implications for non-UN interventions. Global Change, Peace and Security, 20(3), 275-289. [More Information]
  • Lambourne, W. (2008). The Khmer Rouge Tribunal: Justice for Genocide in Cambodia? 25th Annual Conference of the Law and Society Association Australia and New Zealand (LSAANZ 2008), Sydney: University of Sydney Library.
  • Lambourne, W. (2008). Towards Sustainable Peace and Development in Sierra Leone: Civil Society and the Peacebuilding Commission. Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, 4(2), 47-59.

2007

  • Lambourne, W. (2007). Australia's New Peace and Security Agenda. Peacewrites, 2007:2.
  • Lambourne, W. (2007). Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding. Australia and the United Nations: A Report Card, Annual report 2007, 27-32.

2006

  • Lambourne, W. (2006). Justice in the Aftermath of Mass Crimes: International Law and Peacebuilding. In Ustinia Dolgopol & Judith Gardam (Eds.), The Challenge of Conflict: International Law Responds, (pp. 261-279). Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff.

2005

  • Lambourne, W. (2005). Reconcilliation in Rwanda: Applying Gacaca Community Justice to Genocide. Peacewrites, 2005:2.

2004

  • Lambourne, W. (2004). Post-Conflict Peacebuilding; Meeting Human Needs For Justice And Reconciliation. Peace, Conflict and Development, 4, ONLINE-ONLINE.

2003

  • Lambourne, W. (2003). Death by Irrelevance � War and the Threat to the UN. University of Sydney News.
  • Rees, S., Macnab, K., Lambourne, W. (2003), Three Steps Toward Developing Non-Violent Responses to Armed Aggression.

2001

  • Lambourne, W. (2001). Asylum Seekers Deserve a Change of Heart. University of Sydney News, 38:20.
  • Lambourne, W. (2001). Justice and reconciliation: postconflict peacebuilding in Cambodia and Rwanda. In Mohammed Abu-Nimer (Eds.), Reconciliation, Coexistence and Justice in Interethnic Conflict: Theory and Practice. United States: Lexington Books.
  • Lambourne, W. (2001). Responding to genocide in Rwanda and East Timor: prevention and prosecution. 2001 Rethinking Humanitarianism Conference, St. Lucia, Qld: University of Queensland.

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