By Inge Vanfraechem,Antony Pemberton,Felix Mukwiza Ndahinda
Justice for sufferers brings jointly the world’s prime students within the fields of analysis surrounding victimization in a pioneering foreign assortment. This booklet specializes in the present research of sufferers of crime, combining either felony and social-scientific views, articulating either in new instructions and wondering even if sufferers rather do have extra rights in our smooth world.
This e-book deals an interdisciplinary method, overlaying large-scale (political) victimization, terrorist victimization, sexual victimization and regimen victimization. cut up into 3 sections, this publication offers in-depth insurance of: sufferers' rights, transitional justice and sufferers' views, and trauma, resilience and justice. sufferers' rights are conceptualised within the human rights framework and mentioned when it comes to supranational, overseas and local rules. The transitional justice part covers sufferers of warfare from these stuck among peace and justice, in addition to post-conflict justice. the ultimate part specializes in post-traumatic tension, connecting mental and anthropological perceptions in analysing collective violence, mass victimization and trauma.
This publication addresses demanding and new concerns within the box of victimology and the examine of transitional and restorative justice. As such, it will likely be of curiosity to researchers, practitioners and students interested within the fields of victimology, transitional justice, restorative justice and trauma work.
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Justice for Victims: Perspectives on rights, transition and reconciliation by Inge Vanfraechem,Antony Pemberton,Felix Mukwiza Ndahinda