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  • Human Rights, Culture and the Rule of Lawby Jessica Almqvist

    Hart Publishing Limited 2005; US$ 102.60

    This new book examines the relationship between culture and respect for human rights. It departs from the oft-made assumption that culture is closely linked to ideas about community. Instead, it reveals culture as a quality possessed by the individual with a serious impact on her ability to enjoy the rights and freedoms as recognised in international... more...

  • The Role of Courts in Transitional Justiceby Jessica Almqvist; Carlos Esposito

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 49.95

    This book examines the role of courts in times of transition. The book focuses on judicial experiences from the Iberoamerican region, in particular Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Spain and Guatemala, exploring the extent to which national courts have been able to shoulder the task of investigating and prosecuting grave crimes such as genocide, crimes... more...

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