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Justice Info in partnership with Oxford Transitional Justice Research

Justiceinfo.net partners with Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR), a network of high-level transitional justice researchers which is part of the University of Oxford. Justiceinfo.net publishes OTJR publications under the joint responsibility of its editor and OTJR.

Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) is an inter-disciplinary network of academics and students working on issues of transition in societies recovering from conflict and/or repressive rule. Founded in 2007, it is now one of the largest and most diverse academic community conducting research in this field. It is hosted at the Centre for Criminology of the Law Faculty of the University of Oxford.

The collaboration between JusticeInfo and OTJR is aimed at producing concise, high-quality academic contributions that will complement the journalistic coverage provided by Hirondelle’s media network of over 220 journalists reporting from post-conflict and transitional countries worldwide. The entries in this section have been selected and edited by OTJR’s Editorial Team on behalf of JusticeInfo.Net.

Exposing the economic accomplices of the Chilean dictatorship
Current events in Chile find their source in the Pinochet regime. The Chilean transitional justice agenda, as in many other countries, has focused on a few civil and political rights violations. Yet, focusing on the behaviour of economic actors of the Chilean dictatorship is crucial to achieve basic objectives in terms of justice, memory, reparation, and non-repetition measures.
by Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, Karinna Fernández, and Sebastian Smart, for JusticeInfo.net
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