Andrew Campbell Bellevue Ne is a Strategic Integration and Policy Planner with the Strategic Air Command, who makes his home in Bellevue, NE. Andrew Campbell holds a Doctorate in Global Leadership from the Indiana Institute of Technology.
On October 26, 2016, he presented a paper at the twenty-first annual International Institute of Restorative Practices in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. His subject was forgiveness and reconciliation as a critical competence, for both transitional justice instruments practitioners and organizational leaders.
“Transitional Justice” refers to a set of measures that have been used to different countries, in the aftermath of human rights abuses. These include criminal prosecutions, reparations programs, truth commissions, and other kinds of institutional reforms. The point of transitional justice is to achieve some kind of justice after a time of conflict, such as a civil war or state repression. Focus is often on achieving accountability and redressing those victimized during the time of conflict. Ideally, transitional justice recognizes the rights of victims, helps to promote civic trust, and ultimately strengthens a state’s democracy.
Andrew Campbell Bellevue Ne has more than twenty-five years of experience with the United States Department of Defense. He specializes in terrorism in Europe and Africa. A prolific writer, he has published many papers in peer-reviewed journals, and recently contributed a chapter on “Leadership Education within Transitional Justice Instruments” in a book called Promoting Global Peace and Civic Engagement Through Education.