Peace Through Justice

Author: Katherine Ann Snitzer
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This thesis looks at the recently created International Criminal Court (ICC) and its early cases in Uganda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Sudan.

A Journey To Peace Through Justice

Author: Norbert Bufka
Publisher: WingSpan Press
ISBN: 1595941452
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In "Journey to Peace Through Justice," the reader is asked to look at issues through the lens of social justice, and learn how peacemaking can transform the world.

Promoting Peace Through International Law

Author: Cecilia Marcela Bailliet
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0198722737
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It addresses options to influence practice when the law does not. This chapter
argues that the pursuit of peace is illusory without the inclusion of women. Part 4
discusses the institutional implementation of peace, including 'peace through
justice' institutions, such as international courts and truth commissions. What is
the impact of dispute resolution mechanisms, in particular courts, on peace?
What is the relationship between the pursuit of truth, justice, and accountability in
the context ...

Peace Through Tourism

Author: Lynda-ann Blanchard
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135939667
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In this spirit, I will argue that peace through tourism runs the risk of betraying the
norm of recognition justice. Recognition injustice occurs when tourists'
conceptualization of environmental heritage dominates and silences the
heritages of the host communities. I draw these concepts of recognition and
environmental heritage, which I will define in more detail, from the literature on
critical environmental justice studies. Tourism is very much an environmental
justice issue because touristic ...