Doing peace the rights way : essays in international law and relations in honour of Louise Arbour
Cambridge [etc.] : Intersentia, 2019
There is a close relation between the "right to truth" and issues of justice, impunity and international criminal justice. The "right to truth" is often presented as being an entitlement of victims and their families. Nevertheless, early formulations of a right to truth also focused on the broader collective dimension of the right.
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