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Reparative justice in Colombia: a role for armed non-state actors?
The field of transitional justice has expanded its horizons beyond the early transitions from authoritarianism to democracy, to include transitions from non-international conflicts to peace. In such contexts, there is a need to address the responsibility of armed groups in repairing the harm caused to their victims, rather than solely relying on state responsibility. Yet, engaging such groups in reparative justice remains a thorny issue, not only as a question of international law but also…
by Olivia Herman, University of Leuven, for JusticeInfo.net
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