SUR 7

issue N.7 • v.4 • Jan/2007

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.

Sur file on Transitional Justice

Voices from Cambodia: Imagining locally-motivated accountability for mass atrocities

Tara Urs

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The pursuit of trasitional justice and African traditional values: a clash of civilizations - the case of Uganda

Cecily Rose and Francis M. Ssekandi

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Facing Australia’s history: truth and reconciliation for the stolen generations

Ramona Vijeyarasa

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The long road in the fight against poverty and its promising encounter with human rights

Elizabeth Salmón G.

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Interview with Juan Méndez: President of the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ)

Glenda Mezarobba

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Essays

Transnational Legal activism and the State: reflections on cases against Brazil in the Inter-American Comission on Human Rights

Cecília Macdowell Santos

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The role of NGOs in the UN Human Rights Council

Lucia Nader

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