Grassroots Activism and the Evolution of Transitional Justice

Grassroots Activism and the Evolution of Transitional Justice

The Families of the Disappeared

Kovras, Iosif (City, University of London)

Cambridge University Press






15 a 20 dias

Using a new global database of enforced disappearances, this book demonstrates how victims' groups have themselves shaped transitional justice policies.
1. Introduction; Part I. Methods and Theory: 2. Methodological and theoretical innovations in the use of databases in transitional justice; Part II. Global and Historical Perspectives: 3. The daughters of Antigone in Latin America: Argentinian mothers; 4. 'Forensic cascade': the technologies and institutions of truth; 5. The 'missing' tale of human rights; Part III. National Perspectives: 6. Institutionalized silences for the missing in Lebanon; 7. Cyprus: the bright side of a frozen conflict; 8. Truth commissions and the missing: TRC's 'unfinished business'; 9. Poetic justice: the Chilean desaparecidos; 10. Conclusions: five lessons for transitional justice.
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