“Leadership Role as a Deterrent within the Transitional Justice System” is not the only publication by Dr. Campbell to receive such a positive response. He is also the author of “Leadership Education in Transitional Justice,” published in 2016 within the Handbook of Research on Promoting Global Peace and Civic Engagement through Education. This particular piece was featured as an entire chapter of the aforementioned book. His works have also appeared in the International Journal for Servant Leadership, the International Journal of Social Science Research and other global sources.
Dr. Campbell is among the scheduled presenters at the 21st International Institute for Restorative Practices in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, in October 2016. http://pa2016.iirp.edu/sessions/forgiveness-reconciliation-organizational-leadership-competency-within-transitional-justice-instruments/
“Leadership Role as a Deterrent within the Transitional Justice System” explored points such as…
Transitional Justice – The study of transitional justice is, in Campbell’s words, “recognized as a staple for nation-building . . . and peacebuilding.” Political theorists have long fought to formulate and understand methods of transitioning societies toward sustainable peace. Campbell explores the link between leadership and transitional justice, and the potential therein.
Leadership Model – Campbell’s piece addresses leadership and provides a leadership model intended to help transitional justice practitioners influence deterrent protocol.
The paper also touches on leadership within the international criminal court, conflict resolution, human rights, social justice and international relations. Presently, Dr. Andrew Campbell lives and works in Bellevue, NE. It is likely that fans of his work will see more publications of such quality in the future.