In the late twentieth century, tens of thousands were kidnapped, tortured, and killed during ethnic conflicts around the world, with devastated communities needing to recover and rebuild. South Africa, Rwanda, and the former Yugoslavia each suffered atrocities on a massive scale and each has implemented a different form of transitional justice to restore peace in their society—to varying degrees of success. Barbara Mulvaney is an International Human Rights Attorney. She was a Senior Advisor for the Iraqi Inspector General and Bureau of Supreme Audit, and Deputy Director for Constitutional and Legislative Affairs with the United States Department of State from 2008-2012. She is a former Senior Prosecutor for the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal on Rwanda. Watch the talk here