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Title Current issues in transitional justice : towards a more holistic approach / Natalia Szablewska, Sascha-Dominik Bachmann, editors.

Published Cham [Switzerland] : Springer, [2015]

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Physical description 1 online resource.
Series Springer series in transitional justice
Springer series in transitional justice.
Springer English/International eBooks 2015 - Full Set
Notes Includes index.
Contents Introduction -- PART I. Formal transition justice mechanisms and processes (reconsidered) -- 1. The right to truth, appropriate forum and the International Criminal Court -- 2. Accountability v. ?smart amnesty? in the transitional post-conflict quest for peace. A South African case study -- 3. Transitional and generational justice: children involved in armed conflicts -- 4. Justice in transition: on territory, restitution and history -- PART II. Traditional and customary mechanisms of achieving justice (reflections from the field) -- 5. Decolonising labour markets: the Australian South Sea Island diaspora and the role of cultural expression in connecting communities -- 6. Transitional justice as police-building in Solomon Islands: tensions of state building and implications for gender -- 7. Implementing the judgments of the European Court of Human Rights from the North Caucasus: a closing window for accountability or a continuing process of transitional justice? -- PART III. Modern challenges to transitional justice mechanisms and processes -- 8. Transitional justice in times of 'exponential change': constructing normative frameworks fit for purpose? the importance of general international law -- 9.A feminist legal analysis of the interface between refugee law and the mandates of Truth and Reconciliation Commissions -- 10. The nexus between sex-work and women?s empowerment in the context of transitional societies of Southeast Asia -- 11. Social justice within transitional justice: the case of human trafficking and sex-work in Cambodia and Myanmar -- PART IV. Emerging issues in transitional justice -- 12. Nature?s access to water in post-conflict peacebuilding efforts in South Sudan -- 13. Transitional justice and ecological jurisprudence in the midst of an ever-changing climate -- 14. Current issues and future challenges in transitional justice.
Summary This volume brings together multiple, interdisciplinary viewpoints to explore and examine the current state of transitional justice. Contributors are drawn from both academic and practitioner backgrounds, working in fields such as human rights, humanitarian law, public policy, sociology, cultural and peace studies, and earth jurisprudence. Current Issues in Transitional Justice: Towards a More Holistic Approach aims to contribute to the debates on what transitional justice is and how it can be achieved in the different contexts. The contributors to this volume look beyond the traditional legal, and often narrow, focus of donors and governments to shift the debates towards a more holistic approach, which involves examining the different patterns of reconciliation experienced by societies with an aim of building a more viable and sustainable peace. This book reviews the pros and cons of the typical transitional justice models and situations, provides a forum for contributors who challenged the traditional models, and outlines current and future issues for the field. A selection of the topics covered include: · The International Criminal Court · Post-Apartheid South Africa · Child soldiers · Sex work and women?s empowerment in Southeast Asia · Ecological jurisprudence in a changing climate This collection of essays presents the most up to date knowledge and status of the field of transitional justice, and also highlights the emerging debates in this area, which are often overseen and underdeveloped in the literature. As such, Current Issues in Transitional Justice: Towards a More Holistic Approach is an invaluable resource to human rights lawyers, academics, policy makers, sociologists, anthropologists, and all practitioners in societies that are undergoing a transition of any kind.
Other author Szablewska, Natalia, editor.
Bachmann, Sascha-Dominik, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Transitional justice.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319093901
3319093908
3319093894
9783319093895
9783319093895
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-09390-1