Managing transitional justice : expectations of international criminal trials

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Published: Cham : Springer International Publishing Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018
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Managing transitional justice expectations of international criminal trials by Ray Nickson, Alice Neikirk
1st ed. 2018
Cham Springer International Publishing Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan 2018
XIX, 257 p. ill. ; online forrás
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Palgrave studies in compromise after conflict
Chapter 1. Introduction -- Chapter 2. Courting Justice in Transitions -- Chapter 3. Expectations of the Tribunal and Chambers -- Chapter 4. Managing Expectations of the Tribunal and Chambers -- Chapter 5. The Media and Expectations of the Tribunal and Chambers -- Chapter 6. A Trying Paradigm -- Chapter 7. Reducing the Expectation Gap -- Chapter 8. Conclusion.
This book examines expectations for justice in transitional societies and how stakeholder expectations are ignored, marginalized and co-opted by institutions in the wake of conflict. Focusing on institutions that have adopted international criminal trials, the authors encourage us to ask not only whether expectations are appropriate to institutions, but whether institutions are appropriate expectations. Drawing upon a wide variety of sources, this volume demonstrates that a profound ‘expectation gap’ – the gap between anticipated and likely outcomes of justice – exists in transitional justice systems and processes. This ‘expectation gap’ requires that the justice goals of local communities be managed accordingly. In proposing a perspective of enhanced engagement, the authors argue for greater compromise in the expectations, goals and design of transitional justice. This book will constitute an important and valuable resource for students of scholars of transitional justice as well as practitioners, particularly with regards to the design of transitional justice responses.
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bűnözés és társadalom
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Peace
Victimology
War crimes
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Victimology
War crimes
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Peace
Victimology
War crimes
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generalnotes This book examines expectations for justice in transitional societies and how stakeholder expectations are ignored, marginalized and co-opted by institutions in the wake of conflict. Focusing on institutions that have adopted international criminal trials, the authors encourage us to ask not only whether expectations are appropriate to institutions, but whether institutions are appropriate expectations. Drawing upon a wide variety of sources, this volume demonstrates that a profound ‘expectation gap’ – the gap between anticipated and likely outcomes of justice – exists in transitional justice systems and processes. This ‘expectation gap’ requires that the justice goals of local communities be managed accordingly. In proposing a perspective of enhanced engagement, the authors argue for greater compromise in the expectations, goals and design of transitional justice. This book will constitute an important and valuable resource for students of scholars of transitional justice as well as practitioners, particularly with regards to the design of transitional justice responses.
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