The presentation of apologies by the colonizing nations, helping to create a climate of friendship and cooperation among people, facilitates the settlement of the reparation to the colonized countries.

Thanks to the institution of bilateral, multilateral or general tables to the level of the United Nations, terms and timing of the compensations can be defined.

Achieving a shared and mutually satisfactory agreement will create an extremely positive precedent in international relations, promoting the supremacy of the "force of law" on the "law of force".

For further information:

The Legal Basis of the Claim for Slavery Reparations

Reparations Urged for Slavery, Segregation

An Approach to reparations

Reparations for Colonialism and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade

Colonialism, Slavery, Trade, Reparations: remedying the "past"?

We Absolutely Could Give Reparations To Black People. Here’s How

The Reparations Movement: “A Ragtag Collection of Racial Malcontents Marching to the Beat of Their Own Drum?”

Should the former colonial powers pay reparations to nations they once subjugated?

‘1.5°C to stay alive’: climate change, imperialism and justice for the Caribbean

Much of Britain’s wealth is built on slavery. So why shouldn’t it pay reparations?

Dollars and Sense... If Emancipation Was Free, How Much Will Reparations Cost?

Geopolitics, coloniality and liberation

Why the West is morally bound to offer reparations for slavery

Never mind aid, never mind loans: what poor nations are owed is reparations