PRESS RELEASE According to a new FRIDE report Transitional
... Truth and Dignity Commission in charge of investigating grave violations of international
human rights law committed between July 1955 and December 2013. This process must be
impartial and the state – with the support of international donors – must provide the
Commission with sufficient financial re ...
... committed during an armed conflict or period of authoritarian repression and when they
applied in a period of transition. Responses to crime and human rights violations generally,
including those committed during a transitional period, are not “transitional justice measures.”
Transitional justice is ...
2004 Announcement -5th conf - Center for the Study of Islam
... CSID’s Fifth Annual Conference offers a unique forum to examine the best way to establish justice in
Muslim countries and to address the inequalities, injustices, and discriminatory practices that are
prevalent today. Since the Qur’an states that one of the primary goals and responsibilities of Musl ...
Ethics and Business Ethics
... we have worthy close relationships. This theory
is known as “ethics of care”.
• Feminist ethicists, Carol Gilligan mostly, have
developed this theory. They claim that women
approach ethical issues from a nonindividualistic
focus on relationships and caring.
the discipline of ethics
... because you should do that which contributes most to others, rather than
pursue one’s your own passions. (Of course, all societies have limited amounts
of preferred jobs, so vocational choice is always limited.)
1 Focus Area 16: Peaceful and iclusive societies, rule of law and
... We reiterate our strong preference for maintaining FA 16 as it is in a stand-alone goal on
peaceful and inclusive societies, rule of law, and effective, accountable and transparent
institutions good governance with addition of good governance and with changing the
word “capable” with the expressio ...
A Summary of Glaucon`s Argument
... eliminate any remaining shreds of the idea that justice may possess any intrinsic value.
He now argues that justice is only valuable because of its good consequences and not
because of what it’s inherently worth (Plato 32). Glaucon then places justice in the
second category of his taxonomy where he ...
Playboy Escapes From Breyer`s Patch
... than Justice Kennedy. The government can force Playboy (a) to scramble so that it does
not bleed, and (b) if not, Playboy can wait until night time when the children are in bed.
If there is a less restrictive alternative available such as channel blocking, it must be
proved to be similarly effective ...
Study Questions, TJ, sections 10-14
... (3) explain figure 3. in particular, explain Rawls’s claim “each point on AB can be seen to satisfy
Pareto’s criterion ... this is shown by the fact that the line AB slopes downward to the right.”
(4) explain figure 4. in particular, prove that points D and E cannot be ordered.
(5) since there are m ...
Matravers comments on Weale
... It is clear, then, that whilst the content of justice is given by the procedure, the procedure
itself can also be judged to be just or not just and in large part the justice of the procedure lies
in the rough ‘equality of power’ of the members. This idea is further fleshed out, and given
A Brief Study About Three Industrial Disasters : Seveso
... the category of theology. (2) it means virtue as opposed to vice in the
category of ethics. (3) It means law in the category of jurisprudence. (4) it
means duty in the category of actions.7 According to Hindu jurisprudence,
‘Dharmanaya’, meaning equity and justice, is given precedence over
An Extraordinary Experiment in Transitional Justice
... to proving guilt. It also threatens
to deprive the court of its most likely,
and consequential, defendants. Pol
Pot died in 1998. His former colleagues are aging fast.
Third, unlike analogous mechanisms in other countries, the EC is
for now the only official venue in
Cambodia where claims for truth ...
Gacaca: grassroots justice after genocide
... conflict was resolved and harmony would return to the society. The new gacaca
is, according to its founding fathers, shaped in such a way that this result will be
transposed to the present post-war situation so that it will reconcile the
population groups in Rwanda.
The question of how to deal with ...
Transitional justice consists of judicial and non-judicial measures implemented in order to redress legacies of human rights abuses. Such measures ""include criminal prosecutions, truth commissions, reparations programs, and various kinds of institutional reforms"". Transitional justice is enacted at a point of political transition from violence and repression to societal stability and it is informed by a society’s desire to rebuild social trust, repair a fractured justice system, and build a democratic system of governance. The core value of transitional justice is the very notion of justice—which does not necessarily mean criminal justice. This notion and the political transformation, such as regime change or transition from conflict are thus linked toward a more peaceful, certain, and democratic future.Transitional justice has recently received greater attention by both academics and policymakers. It has also generated interest in the fields of political and legal discourse, especially in transitional societies. In period of political transitions, from authoritarian, dictatorial regimes or from civil conflicts to democracy, transitional justice has often provided opportunities for such societies to address past human rights abuses, mass atrocities, or other forms of severe trauma in order to facilitate a smooth transition into a more democratic or peaceful future.