International Human Rights Program Practice Series
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Prosecuting Apartheid-Era Crimes?: A South African Dialogue on Justice
This book presents diverse perspectives on prosecutions in South Africa, including a foreword by playwright and actor John Kani. Throughout, it highlights such important themes related to any post-conflict prosecution as rule-of-law concerns, questions of evenhandedness and moral relativism, and the limits of a court-centered approach to justice.
No Place to Hide: Gang, State, and Clandestine Violence in El Salvador
Seventeen years after the civil war in El Salvador came to an end, violence and insecurity continue to shape the daily lives of many Salvadorans. This book examines the phenomenon of youth gangs, as well as related police abuse, clandestine violence, and their collective impact on the rule of law. The book’s findings are based on primary research conducted in El Salvador between 2006 and 2008.
Indigenous (In)Justice: Human Rights Law and Bedouin Arabs in the Naqab/Negev
Indigenous (In)Justice explores legal and human rights issues surrounding the Bedouin Arab population in Israel’s Naqab/Negev desert. With contributions from international scholars, including United Nations officials, the volume examines the economic and social rights of indigenous peoples within the context of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict.