We know surprisingly little about the implementation record of the recommendations made by Latin American truth commissions. When, how, and under what circumstances do governments take it upon themselves to implement these recommendations? Can we expect to see any patterns, depending on the type of recommendations? How do we make sure that information is systematised in the most efficient way? This workshop invites participants to explore ways in which to trace, systematise, and analyse these recommendations.
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