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Peace and justice : seeking accountability after war, Rachel Kerr & Eirin Mobekk

Label
Peace and justice : seeking accountability after war
Title
Peace and justice
Title remainder
seeking accountability after war
Statement of responsibility
Rachel Kerr & Eirin Mobekk
Title variation
Peace & justice
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Taking as its starting point the post-World War II tribunals at Nuremburg and Tokyo, this book goes on to discuss the creation of ad hoc international tribunals in the 1990s, hybrid/mixed courts, the International Criminal Court, domestic trials, Truth Commissions, and traditional justice mechanisms
Cataloging source
UKM
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Kerr, Rachel
Index
index present
LC call number
JZ6045
LC item number
.K47 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Mobekk, Eirin
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  • Mediation, International
  • Peace-building
  • War crime trials
  • Truth commissions
  • Restorative justice
Label
Peace and justice : seeking accountability after war, Rachel Kerr & Eirin Mobekk
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1
  • Rwanda
  • 123
  • Box 5.2
  • The Indonesian ad hoc Human Rights Court
  • 124
  • Box 5.3
  • The Supreme Iraqi Criminal Tribunal
  • 126
  • 6
  • Truth Commissions
  • The Nuremberg Legacy
  • 128
  • Definitional Clarity
  • 129
  • Design and Resources
  • 130
  • 'Truth' and 'Reconciliation'
  • 133
  • Restorative Justice: Healing and Retraumatization
  • 136
  • Additional Benefits and Limitations of Truth Commissions
  • 18
  • 138
  • Box 6.1
  • The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the DRC
  • 146
  • Box 6.2
  • The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa
  • 148
  • Box 6.3
  • The Commission on the Truth for El Salvador
  • 149
  • Nuremberg and Tokyo
  • 7
  • Traditional Informal Justice Mechanisms
  • 151
  • Conceptual Clarity
  • 152
  • The Context of TIJM
  • 155
  • Dealing with Past Crimes: Challenges of TIJM
  • 156
  • Promoting Reconciliation
  • 18
  • 164
  • Box 7.1
  • Timor-Leste
  • 169
  • Box 7.2
  • Gacaca courts in Rwanda
  • 171
  • Justice, Peace and Reconciliation
  • 174
  • Capacity-building and the Rule of Law
  • International Humanitarian Law post-1945
  • 176
  • Context
  • 178
  • Engaging the Local Population
  • 180
  • Integrated and Complementary Approaches
  • 180
  • Managing Expectations and Setting Realistic Goals
  • 181
  • 22
  • International Criminal Law (ICL)
  • 24
  • Human Rights Law
  • Peace and Justice: An introduction
  • 25
  • 2
  • Ad hoc International Criminal Tribunals: The ICTY and ICTR
  • 30
  • International Judicial Intervention
  • 31
  • Establishing a Court and Launching Investigations
  • 34
  • Jurisdiction and Procedure
  • 37
  • 1
  • State Cooperation and Judicial Assistance
  • 39
  • Justice, Peace and Reconciliation
  • 43
  • Box 2.1
  • The Yugoslav War
  • 53
  • Box 2.2
  • Rwanda
  • 54
  • Transitional/Post-Conflict Justice
  • 3
  • The International Criminal Court
  • 58
  • Establishing the Court: The Rome Statute
  • 59
  • Jurisdiction and Admissibility
  • 61
  • Applicable Law
  • 62
  • The 'Essential Paradox' of Complementarity
  • 3
  • 63
  • The Role of the Prosecutor
  • 64
  • The Relationship with the Security Council
  • 65
  • The United States and the ICC
  • 66
  • International Criminal Justice and International Peace and Security
  • 67
  • Engaging the Local Population and Meeting Victims' Needs
  • Risks and Dangers
  • 68
  • Peace and Justice?
  • 69
  • Box 3.1
  • Situations and cases
  • 72
  • Box 3.2
  • Universal jurisdiction
  • 77
  • 4
  • 8
  • 'Internationalized' Courts
  • 80
  • A New Breed of Tribunal?
  • 81
  • Justice, Peace and Reconciliation
  • 89
  • Box 4.1
  • The Special Court for Sierra Leone
  • 95
  • Box 4.2
  • Context, Context and Context
  • Regulation 64 Panels in Kosovo
  • 97
  • Box 4.3
  • Special crime panels in Timor-Leste
  • 99
  • Box 4.4
  • 'Extraordinary chambers' in Cambodia
  • 101
  • 5
  • Domestic Trials
  • 10
  • 104
  • Rights and Obligations in International Law
  • 105
  • Judicial Reform: A Primary Hurdle for Domestic Trials
  • 107
  • Political and Practical Obstacles to Domestic Trials
  • 109
  • Benefits of Domestic Trials
  • 120
  • Box 5.1
Control code
ocn156816344
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 243 p.
Isbn
9780745634234
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
Law pack 2 bib class law
Label
Peace and justice : seeking accountability after war, Rachel Kerr & Eirin Mobekk
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1
  • Rwanda
  • 123
  • Box 5.2
  • The Indonesian ad hoc Human Rights Court
  • 124
  • Box 5.3
  • The Supreme Iraqi Criminal Tribunal
  • 126
  • 6
  • Truth Commissions
  • The Nuremberg Legacy
  • 128
  • Definitional Clarity
  • 129
  • Design and Resources
  • 130
  • 'Truth' and 'Reconciliation'
  • 133
  • Restorative Justice: Healing and Retraumatization
  • 136
  • Additional Benefits and Limitations of Truth Commissions
  • 18
  • 138
  • Box 6.1
  • The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in the DRC
  • 146
  • Box 6.2
  • The Truth and Reconciliation Commission in South Africa
  • 148
  • Box 6.3
  • The Commission on the Truth for El Salvador
  • 149
  • Nuremberg and Tokyo
  • 7
  • Traditional Informal Justice Mechanisms
  • 151
  • Conceptual Clarity
  • 152
  • The Context of TIJM
  • 155
  • Dealing with Past Crimes: Challenges of TIJM
  • 156
  • Promoting Reconciliation
  • 18
  • 164
  • Box 7.1
  • Timor-Leste
  • 169
  • Box 7.2
  • Gacaca courts in Rwanda
  • 171
  • Justice, Peace and Reconciliation
  • 174
  • Capacity-building and the Rule of Law
  • International Humanitarian Law post-1945
  • 176
  • Context
  • 178
  • Engaging the Local Population
  • 180
  • Integrated and Complementary Approaches
  • 180
  • Managing Expectations and Setting Realistic Goals
  • 181
  • 22
  • International Criminal Law (ICL)
  • 24
  • Human Rights Law
  • Peace and Justice: An introduction
  • 25
  • 2
  • Ad hoc International Criminal Tribunals: The ICTY and ICTR
  • 30
  • International Judicial Intervention
  • 31
  • Establishing a Court and Launching Investigations
  • 34
  • Jurisdiction and Procedure
  • 37
  • 1
  • State Cooperation and Judicial Assistance
  • 39
  • Justice, Peace and Reconciliation
  • 43
  • Box 2.1
  • The Yugoslav War
  • 53
  • Box 2.2
  • Rwanda
  • 54
  • Transitional/Post-Conflict Justice
  • 3
  • The International Criminal Court
  • 58
  • Establishing the Court: The Rome Statute
  • 59
  • Jurisdiction and Admissibility
  • 61
  • Applicable Law
  • 62
  • The 'Essential Paradox' of Complementarity
  • 3
  • 63
  • The Role of the Prosecutor
  • 64
  • The Relationship with the Security Council
  • 65
  • The United States and the ICC
  • 66
  • International Criminal Justice and International Peace and Security
  • 67
  • Engaging the Local Population and Meeting Victims' Needs
  • Risks and Dangers
  • 68
  • Peace and Justice?
  • 69
  • Box 3.1
  • Situations and cases
  • 72
  • Box 3.2
  • Universal jurisdiction
  • 77
  • 4
  • 8
  • 'Internationalized' Courts
  • 80
  • A New Breed of Tribunal?
  • 81
  • Justice, Peace and Reconciliation
  • 89
  • Box 4.1
  • The Special Court for Sierra Leone
  • 95
  • Box 4.2
  • Context, Context and Context
  • Regulation 64 Panels in Kosovo
  • 97
  • Box 4.3
  • Special crime panels in Timor-Leste
  • 99
  • Box 4.4
  • 'Extraordinary chambers' in Cambodia
  • 101
  • 5
  • Domestic Trials
  • 10
  • 104
  • Rights and Obligations in International Law
  • 105
  • Judicial Reform: A Primary Hurdle for Domestic Trials
  • 107
  • Political and Practical Obstacles to Domestic Trials
  • 109
  • Benefits of Domestic Trials
  • 120
  • Box 5.1
Control code
ocn156816344
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xii, 243 p.
Isbn
9780745634234
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
Law pack 2 bib class law

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