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Reshaping truth and punishment in transitional justice

Civil Society
Memory
Transitional justice
INN300
Carles Fernández Torné
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

Building: A, Floor: 3, Room: SR8

Monday 15:15 - 17:00 (22/08/2022)


Abstract

This panel broadens interrogations of the normative foundations and implications of transitional justice across its different mechanisms, crimes, memories, and practices. Papers within this panel include case studies which thicken empirical understandings of the local frictions produced by engaging universal concepts such as truth and punishment in transitional justice practice, as well as contributions that broaden understandings of these frictions along the dimension of memory and accountability across national and international levels.

Title Details
Competitive Memories in IR and their Potential to foster Conflict or Peace View Paper Details
Punishment Instead of Progress – The Psyche of Injustice as a Critique of Punitive Transitional Justice View Paper Details
How Informal Truth Practices Can Entail a Thicker Understanding of Truth in the Syrian Context View Paper Details