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Title: Reparations for slavery and colonial abuses: how behavioural science can help
Author(s): Comerford, David
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Keywords: behavioural science
Civil rights
George Floyd
Reparations for slavery
Issue Date: 28-May-2021
Date Deposited: 26-Nov-2021
Publisher: The Conversation Trust
Citation: Comerford D (2021) Reparations for slavery and colonial abuses: how behavioural science can help. The Conversation. 28.05.2021.
Abstract: First paragraph: Germany has agreed to pay Namibia more than €1.1 billion (£940 million) in reparations for committing genocide during the colonial occupation of the country a century ago. It’s a landmark deal that will create a 30-year programme of investment in infrastructure, healthcare and training programmes in Namibia.
Type: Newspaper/Magazine Article
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