Reparative approach Towards victims of armed Conflict: global experiences and lessons for india

@article{Sonowal2019ReparativeAT,
  title={Reparative approach Towards victims of armed Conflict: global experiences and lessons for india},
  author={B. Sonowal and D. Dube},
  journal={BRICS Law Journal},
  year={2019},
  volume={6},
  pages={127-158}
}
In recent years, relentless efforts have been made worldwide for repairing the past harms done to victims of armed conflict. There has been a paradigm shift in international human rights law to addressing the victims’ need for reparation rather than emphasizing punishment for the perpetrators. A rights-based approach has been adopted towards making amends for the harm caused to victims in the past. Reparation is such a rightsbased approach, a diverse complementary form of justice to restore the… Expand
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