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Justice Info Comment and Debate - Analysis and major trends in the field of transitional justice

Reparations at the ICC: can it really serve as a model?
INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE DAY SERIES (3/4) Reparations at the International Criminal Court (ICC) can be seen as an afterthought at the end of trial or, more cynically, as an incentive for victims to testify and support the work of the ICC. Although a very limited solution for victims, they could yet provide an incentive for larger reparations programs, argues Luke Moffett.
by Luke Moffett, for
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