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.
Comisiones de la Verdad de Chile: Verdad y Reparaciones como Política de Estado
Sol Hourcade, Federico Ghelfi, Luz Palmás Zaldua, Marcela Perelman
Building a better world by establishing a Truth Commission: Incomplete healing in El Salvador
Transitional Justice for Human Rights: The Legacy and Future of Truth and Reconciliation Commissions
International Human Rights Institutions, Tribunals, and Courts. International Human Rights
Transitional Justice in Latin America: The Uneven Road from Impunity towards Accountability
Elin Skaar, Jemima Garcia-Godos, and Cath Collins
Overcoming the Limits of Legal Opportunity Structures: LGBT Rights’ Divergent Paths in Costa Rica and Colombia
Bruce M. Wilson,Camila Gianella
Latin American Politics and Society.
Access to What? Legal Agency and Access to Justice for Indigenous Peoples in Latin America
Daniel M. Brinks
The Journal of Development Studies
Gendercide and marginalisation – An initial review of the knowledge base
Vibeke Wang, Magnus Hatlebakk, Liv Tønnessen, Ottar Mæstad, Kari Telle