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Can behavioural science help us understand reparations better? This academic thinks so

Germany have agreed to pay Namibia following the 1904 -1908 genocide against the Herero and Nama. Image: REUTERS/Christian Mang

David Comerford

Program Director, , MSc Behavioural Science, University of Stirling

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