2013

Victims of International Crimes: An Interdisciplinary Discourse

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ISBN: 978-90-6704-911-5 (Print) 978-90-6704-912-2 (Online)

Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxv

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    Pages 1-14

    Introduction

  3. Victims in International Law

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      Pages 17-27

      Victim-Oriented Perspectives: Rights and Realities

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      Pages 29-43

      On Victims and Non-Victims: Observations from Rwanda

  4. Definition of Victims

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      Pages 47-66

      The Status of Victims Under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court

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      Pages 67-89

      The Individualising and Universalising Discourse of Law: Victims in Truth Commissions and Trials

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      Pages 91-100

      Redressing Sexual Violence in Transitional Justice and the Labelling of Women as “Victims”

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      Pages 101-117

      Everyone Wanted to be Victim: How Victims of Persecution Disappear Within a Victimised Nation

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      Pages 119-145

      Transcending Victimhood: Child Soldiers and Restorative Justice

  5. Victim Protection and Participation in Criminal Trials

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      Pages 149-163

      The Protection of Victims in War Crimes Trials

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      Pages 165-173

      Victims as Witnesses: Views from the Defence

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      Pages 175-188

      Participation Rights of Victims as Civil Parties and the Challenges of Their Implementation Before the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

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      Pages 189-221

      The ICC’s Practice on Victim Participation

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      Pages 223-229

      Victims’ Rights and Peace

  6. Victims in Transitional Justice Processes

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      Pages 231-231

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      Pages 233-251

      Victims, Excombatants and the Communities: Irreconcilable Demands or a Dangerous Convergence?

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      Pages 253-262

      Victims of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity

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      Pages 263-277

      Victims of Civil War

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      Pages 279-296

      Valorising Victims’ Ambivalences in Contemporary Trends in Transitional Justice

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      Pages 297-316

      A Reflection on Transitional Justice in Guatemala 15 Years After the Peace Agreements

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      Pages 317-327

      The Role and Mandates of the ICC Trust Fund for Victims

  7. The Role of Civil Society Actors

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      Pages 329-329

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      Pages 331-344

      From Victimhood to Political Protagonism: Victim Groups and Associations in the Process of Dealing with a Violent Past

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