The Law and Practice of Rehabilitation in Domestic Administrative Reparation Programmes

2012Essex Transitional Justice Network

Rehabilitation as a form of reparation for gross violations of international human rights law and serious breaches of international humanitarian law has received sparse attention in literature and in practice, despite its vital and immediate role in victims’ recovery. Drawing on experience from a range of past and on-going domestic administrative reparation programmes, the conference explored the normative and legal role of rehabilitation as a form of reparation in times of transition.

Key wordspeace processes / post conflict / transitional justice