This working paper aims to stress the need for coherence between theory and practice in regard of the process of reconciliation in a post-conflict context. The text first analyses the fundaments of conflict and its causes from a critical perspective. From this analysis, the article moves forward with the exposition of a theoretical framework for reconciliation taking into account the pitfalls pointed in the previous analysis. Finally the author describes a couple of implemented policies aimed at reconciliation implemented in the Basque Country and Bosnia-Herzegovina, respectively. Through the description of these two practices implemented in real scenarios, the author reinforces the theoretical model for reconciliation and the link to its policy outcome.
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