20 février 2017

REVUE : International Journal of Transitional Justice (vol. 10, n°3, November 2016)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the International Journal of Transitional Justice (vol. 10, n°3, November 2016) is out.

Editorial Note
Hugo van der Merwe & M. Brinton Lykes, Transitional Justice Processes as Teachable Moments
Andrea Durbach, Towards Reparative Transformation: Revisiting the Impact of Violence against Women in a Post-TRC South Africa
Michael Broache, Irrelevance, Instigation and Prevention: The Mixed Effects of International Criminal Court Prosecutions on Atrocities in the CNDP/M23 Case
Aoife Duffy, Searching for Accountability: British-Controlled Detention in Southeast Iraq, 2003–2008
Mijke de Waardt, Naming and Shaming Victims: The Semantics of Victimhood
Arnaud Kurze, #WarCrimes #PostConflictJustice #Balkans: Youth, Performance Activism and the Politics of Memory
Eliza Garnsey, Rewinding and Unwinding: Art and Justice in Times of Political Transition
Louise Mallinder, Catherine O’Rourke, Databases of Transitional Justice Mechanisms and Contexts: Comparing Research Purposes and Design
Notes from the Field
Stef Vandeginste, Museveni, Burundi and the Perversity of Immunite´ Provisoire
Yasmine Ahmed, Sara Duddy, Claire Hackett, Patricia Lundy, Mary McCallan, Gemma McKeown, Andre´e Murphy, Catherine O’Rourke, Emma Patterson-Bennet, Leah Wing with Philipp Schulz
, Developing Gender Principles for Dealing with the Legacy of the Past
Review Essay
Sarah Williams, Hybrid Tribunals: A Time for Reflection

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