• Corpus ID: 150631048

Reparations Decisions and Dilemmas

  title={Reparations Decisions and Dilemmas},
  author={Naomi Roht-Arriaza},
Monetary compensation for survivors of torture
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State-directed Sterilizations in North Carolina: Victim-centredness and Reparations
Thirty-three states in the United States implemented eugenic sterilization laws during the 20th century, and an estimated 65,000 US residents underwent coerced sterilization via state policies. In
Restorative justice in international criminal law: the rights of victims in the international criminal court
Since the International Military Tribunal (IMT) at Nuremberg, the first international tribunal to try individuals for international crimes, the role of victims of international crimes in
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Moral repair is an important way for firms to heal moral relationships with stakeholders following a transgression. The concept is rooted in recognition theory, which is often used to develop
Social workers’ attitudes toward reparations for African American descendants
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Beyond the state of play: Establishing a duty of non-State armed groups to provide reparations
  • O. Herman
  • Sociology
    International Review of the Red Cross
  • 2020
Abstract This article examines whether and how non-State armed groups, as distinct entities, might be required to provide reparations for their violations of international humanitarian law. It shows
  • Realizing Reparative Justice for International Crimes
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  • Realizing Reparative Justice for International Crimes
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  • Realizing Reparative Justice for International Crimes
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