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by Charles Villa-Vicencio,Erik Doxtader

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  • ISBN 1592210899
  • ISBN13 978-1592210893
  • Language English
  • Author Charles Villa-Vicencio,Erik Doxtader
  • Publisher Africa World Pr (September 1, 2003)
  • Pages 331
  • Formats mobi txt docx mbr
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Africa
  • Size ePub 1679 kb
  • Size Fb2 1391 kb
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Erik Doxtader, Charles Villa-Vicencio. New Africa Books, 2003 - 331 sayfa. South Africa's amnesty was a unique experiment

Erik Doxtader, Charles Villa-Vicencio. South Africa's amnesty was a unique experiment. A path that lay 'between a Nuremberg option and total amnesia, ' the amnesty process was designed in the heat of a remarkable and complex transition to constitutional democracy. Bu kitaba önizleme yap . Kullanıcılar ne diyor?

This thought-provoking collection of essays explores important issues regarding this commission. ERIK DOXTADER is an assistant professor of rhetoric at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

This thought-provoking collection of essays explores important issues regarding this commission. CATEGORY Human Rights/AFRICA.

The Provocations of Amnesty: Memory, Justice and Impunity. Erik Doxtader and Charles Villa-Vicencio (Cape Town: David Phillip, 2003), 65-88

Department of English Program in Rhetoric & Communication University of South Carolina Columbia South Carolina, USA. Institute for Justice & Reconciliation Cape Town, South Africa. The Provocations of Amnesty: Memory, Justice and Impunity. Erik Doxtader and Charles Villa-Vicencio (Cape Town: David Phillip, 2003), 65-88. Angola: The Beginning of Hope for Peace, in Through Fire with Water: Violence, Transition, and the Potential for Reconciliation in Africa – Fifteen Case Studies, eds.

The Provocations of Amnesty: Memory, Justice and Impunity by Charles Villa-Vicencio; Erik Doxtader December 2013.

The Provocations of Amnesty: Memory, Justice and Impunity by Charles Villa-Vicencio; Erik Doxtader. January 2004 · Canadian Journal of African Studies. Annelies Verdoolaege December 2013.

Some of the chapters explore the relationship between amnesty and justice.

Citation: Villa-Vicencio, Charles, and Erik Doxtader, eds. 2003. The Provocations of Amnesty : Memory, Justice, and Impunity. Trenton, NJ: Africa World Press. Some of the chapters explore the relationship between amnesty and justice. Villa-Vicencio concentrates on the nexus between retributive justice and restorative justice, which he rejects as mutually exclusive. While a purely retributive focus may put the transition at risk, a restorative justice approach does not and also provides benefits for victims.

Amnesty or Impunity? A Preliminary Critique of the Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa, Diacritics 32 (2002): 32–59.

Claremont: David Philip Publishers, 2003. Amnesty or Impunity? A Preliminary Critique of the Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa, Diacritics 32 (2002): 32–59.

Books: Transitional Justice. 38 Alexander L. Boraine, South Africas Amnesty Revisited, in The Provocations of Amnesty: Memory, Justice and Impunity 165, 166 (Charles Villa-Vicencio & Erik Doxtader ed. 2003). in. Historical Perspective 188215. 39. Jaime Malamud-Goti, Trying Violators of Human Rights: The Dilemma of Transitional Democratic Governments, in State Crimes: Punishment or Pardon 71 (1989); Jaime Malamud-Goti, Transitional Governments in the Breach: Why Punish State Criminals?, 12 Hum. Rts. Q. 1 (1990); Aryeh Neier, What Should Be Done About the Guilty?, New York Re. f Books, 1 Feb.