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Righting Victim Participation in Transitional Justice

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Publications

The evolution of the field (Podcast with Laurel Fletcher)

Author(s): Tine Destrooper, Brigitte Herremans
Published in: Podcasts - Justice Visions, Issue Vol 1, Episode 2, 2020

Victimization (Podcast)

Author(s): Tine Destrooper, Brigitte Herremans
Published in: Podcasts -Justice Visions, Issue Vol 1, Episode 3, 2020

Spotlight on Cambodia : what does the death of defendants in high-profile transitional justice cases mean for victims? (Podcast)

Author(s): Tine Destrooper, Sangeetha Yogendran
Published in: Podcasts - Justice Visions, Issue Vol 2, Episode 1, 2020

What about social and economic rights? (Podcast)

Author(s): Tine Destrooper, Brigitte Herremans
Published in: Podcasts - Justice Visions, Issue Vol 1, Episode 4, 2020

Memory : securing the past and imagining the future (Podcast)

Author(s): Tine Destrooper, Brigitte Herremans
Published in: Podcasts - Justice Visions, Issue Vol 1, Episode 6, 2020

Spotlight on Chile : from social protest to reforming rights: understanding Chile’s ongoing transition (Podcast)

Author(s): Tine Destrooper, Marit De Haan
Published in: Podcasts - Justice Visions, Issue Vol 2, Episode 3, 2020

Universal jurisdiction : the unthinkable becomes thinkable (Podcast)

Author(s): Tine Destrooper, Brigitte Herremans
Published in: Podcasts - Justice Visions, Issue Vol 1, Episode 5, 2020

Introduction to Justice Visions (Podcast)

Author(s): Tine Destrooper, Brigitte Herremans
Published in: Podcasts - Justice Visions, Issue Vol 1, 0 - Pilot Episode, 2019

Legal opportunities and challenges (Podcast with Stephan Parmentier and Rudina Jasini)

Author(s): Tine Destrooper, Brigitte Herremans
Published in: Podcasts - Justice Visions, Issue Vol 1, Episode 1, 2020

The travel, translation and transformation of human rights norms

Author(s): Tine Destrooper
Published in: The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Globalization, 2020, Page(s) 441-454
DOI: 10.4324/9781003121848-36