Source: (2007) In Jon Miller and Rahul Kumar, ed., Reparations: Interdisciplinary Inquiries, Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, Pp. 307-322.

"This chapter will convey how victims and the professionals (primarily traumatologists) who have worked with them view some of the essential elements of healing after massive trauma. After describing and conceptualizing the aftermath of the victims' experiences, the chapter will examine some of the meanings of reparaton compensation and will also draw attention to the often-neglected reparative aspect of commemoration. It then summarizes related developments in victimology and international law, and concludes with a discussion of the hard-won milestone provisions for victims in the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court." (excerpt)