Anti-Impunity and the Human Rights Agenda

Anti-Impunity and the Human Rights Agenda

Davis, Denise; Engle, Karen L.; Miller, Zinaida

Cambridge University Press

12/2016

398

Mole

Inglês

9781107439221

15 a 20 dias

This volume presents and critiques the distorted effects of the international human rights movement's focus on the fight against impunity.
Introduction; Part I. What Does Anti-Impunity Mean?: 1. A genealogy of the criminal turn in human rights Karen Engle; 2. Anti-impunity as deflection of argument Samuel Moyn; 3. Doing history with impunity Vasuki Nesiah; Part II. How and Where Does Anti-Impunity Operate?: 4. The South African Truth Commission and the AZAPO case: a reflection almost two decades later D. M. Davis; 5. Anti-impunity politics in post-genocide Rwanda Zinaida Miller; 6. Whose exceptionalism? Debating the inter-American view on amnesty and the Brazilian case Fabia Fernandes Carvalho Vecoso; 7. The distributive politics of impunity and anti-impunity: lessons from four decades of Colombian peace negotiations Helena Alviar Garcia and Karen Engle; 8. From political repression to torturer impunity: the narrowing of Filartiga v. Pena-Irala Natalie R. Davidson; Part III. Are There Alternatives to Anti-Impunity?: 9. Impunity in a different register: people's tribunals and questions of judgment, law and responsibility Dianne Otto; 10. Beyond Nuremberg: the historical significance of the post-Apartheid transition in South Africa Mahmood Mamdani.
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