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Frieden und Transitional Justice

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In welcher Beziehung stehen Frieden und Gerechtigkeit zueinander? Kann es ohne Gerechtigkeit Frieden geben? Und inwiefern können Gerechtigkeitsmaßnahmen zu Frieden beitragen? Diese Fragen werden oft in Verbindung mit einem Maßnahmenkatalog diskutiert, der gemeinhin als ‚Transitional Justice‘ bezeichnet wird. Dieser umfasst neben (nationalen und internationalen) strafrechtlichen Maßnahmen auch Wahrheitskommissionen, Reparations- oder Kompensationsmaßnahmen, Gedenkstätten und öffentliches Entschuldigen. Je nach Definition werden aber auch Amnestievereinbarungen als Teil von Transitional Justice betrachtet.

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Salehi, M., Williams, T. (2019). Frieden und Transitional Justice. In: Gießmann, H., Rinke, B. (eds) Handbuch Frieden. Springer VS, Wiesbaden. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-23644-1_54

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