Zimbabwe: Injustice and Political Reconciliation brings together an array of commentators who chart patterns of historical injustice and consider a range of options for what may be termed a politics of justice and reconciliation, with the ultimate goal of sustainable peace. Justice is explored as an inclusive, restorative process. Reconciliation is understood as a political strategy to build civic trust, a human rights culture and economic transformation. The contributors stress the need for careful thought, listening, generosity of spirit and courageous action. Equally, they demand concrete goals, and a pragmatic approach that views reconciliation as the only alternative to more authoritarianism and violence in the face of a violent and divided history.