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Title:Restricted Access - Promises and Pitfalls of Victim Participation in Transitional Justice Mechanisms
Publication:July 17th, 2018
Victim Participation Burundi Kenya Tunisia Guatemala Honduras Cambodia Transitional Justice Mechanisms ICC
The present report looks at six cases of victim participation in transitional justice mechanisms: Burundi, Cambodia, Guatemala, Honduras, Kenya and Tunisia. It compares the findings of the case studies conducted by Impunity Watch in each of these countries. It develops an overarching analysis and reaches conclusions regarding the actual practical experiences of victim participation in transitional justice, with an emphasis on participation in official or state-sanctioned TJ mechanisms.
Victim Participation Rule of Law and Accountability Truth, Reparation and Non-Repetition
Burundi Kenya Tunisia Cambodia Guatemala Honduras
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