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Barria, Lilian A.

The Development of Institutions of Human Rights

Barria, Lilian A. - The Development of Institutions of Human Rights, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. Mechanisms of Transitional Justice
Lilian A. Barria, Steven D. Roper

Part II. Argentina

2. Argentina’s Proceso: Societal “Reform” through Premeditated Terror
Timothy Wilson

3. Successes and Limitations of the CONADEP Experience in the Determination of Responsibilities for Human Rights Violations in Argentina
Emilio Crenzel

4. Recalling the Legacy of the 1985 Trial of the Military in Argentina
Mario Paolantonio

Part III. Bosnia-Herzegovina

5. Violence Born of History/History Born of Violence: A Brief Context for Understanding the Bosnian War
Christina M. Morus

6. Transitional Justice in Bosnia: The International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
Janine Natalya Clark

7. Home Court Advantage? Domestic Trials and Transitional Justice in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Ryan M. Lowy, Patrice C. Mcmahon

Part IV. Sierra Leone

8. Genesis of the Sierra Leone Conflict and Its Human Rights Violations
Abu Karimu Mboka

9. Addressing Impunity in Sierra Leone: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission
Zoe Dugal

10. Mixed Justice, Mixed Legacy: The Special Court for Sierra Leone
Ellen Emilie Stensrud

Part V. East Timor

11. East Timor and the Struggle for Independence
Clinton Fernandes

12. Promoting Human Rights through Hybrid Courts: The Serious Crimes Process in East Timor
James Deshaw Rae

13. Unfinished Business: The Commission for Reception, Truth, and Reconciliation in East Timor
Wendy Lambourne

Part VI. Conclusion

14. The Quest for Justice: Lessons Learned
Steven D. Roper, Lilian A. Barria

Keywords: Social Sciences, Social Justice, Equality and Human Rights, International Relations, International Organization, Political Science, Human Rights

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Perspectives on Comparative Politics
Page amount
241 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230109483
Printed ISBN
978-1-4039-7653-6

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