SUR 5

issue N.5 • v.3 • Ene/2006

Sur International Journal on Human Rights, founded in 2004 and published by Conectas Human Rights, produces, fosters and disseminates innovative research and ideas, primarily from the Global South, on human rights practice.

The Sur Journal serves as a channel for sharing perspectives on the world’s human rights agenda. It is a space where the Global South’s role in shaping human rights discourse and practice – including, its institutions, priorities and impact – is debated.

Essays

Overpromised, underlivered: transitional justice in sub-saharan africa

Lydiah Kemunto Bosire

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Public security polices in brazil: attempts to modernize and democratize versus the war on crime

Ignacio Cano

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The right to cultural identity of indigenous peoples and national minorities: a look from the inter-american system

Oswaldo Ruiz Chiriboga

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The role of victims in international criminal court proceedings: their rights and the first rulings of the court

Paulina Vega González

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Toward an effective international legal order: from co-existence to concert?

Tom Farer

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Lights and shadows of the new united nations human rights council

Carlos Villan Duran

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Strengthening domocratic policing and accountability in the commonwealth pacific

Devika Prasad

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