Case Studies detail the historical background of the case, the history of the contestation and the decision-making processes at work. They endeavour to provide a descriptive and neutral presentation of the various perspectives on a dispute.
The Contested Histories Occasional Paper Series consists of in-depth versions of existing Case Studies. In addition, the structure of Occasional Papers is freer - Papers can take on a more academic tone and scope.
Drawing from more than 300 Cases worldwide, the Initiative identifies a set of Remedies to controversies over historical legacies in public spaces. They fit within three broad categories: contextualisation, removal, and naming.