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Exploring the relationship between repatriations, the gross violation of human rights and restorative justice

Cunneen, Chris
June 4, 2015

Source: (2006) In, Dennis Sullivan and Larry Tifft editors, “Handbook of Restorative Justice” A Global Perspective. London and New York: Routledge. Taylor & Francis Group pp.355-367

The relationship between reparations, responses to the gross violation of human rights and restorative justice is only recently finding a place in the broad and expanding literature on restorative justice. This chapter explores the relationship through a consideration of the international movement to provide reparations for the victims of human rights abuses. (excerpt)


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