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Critical Transitional Justice Network

Objective: The main goal is to place the importance of a Global South academic and activist research perspective—and then transcend the paradigm of Global South—in order to critically foster transitional justice mechanisms and to promote local conceptions of justice.  We aim to do this taking into account the intersections of the field with gender rights; race and ethnicity; critical criminology and restorative justice; and development and environment.

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Activities: With the support of TLSI we are planning a number of key initiatives to share our research on transitional justice.  These include:

1)    A conference in Brazil in November, hosted by Dr. Emilio Meyer of the Study Centre of Transitional Justice (http://cjt.ufmg.br) and the Latin America Transitional Justice Network (www.rlajt.com).

Please find here: The Critic Transitional Justice Network Brazil meeting report.

2)    An edited volume

3)    Shared online classroom lectures

4)    Applying for an IRC grant to host a panel at the 2017 Law and Society Association Conference in Mexico City

5)    A proposal for the 2017 IVR conference in Istanbul, Turkey

Starting Members and TLSI Fellows and Faculty:

Emilio Peluso Neder Meyer
Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

Ram Natarajan
University of Arkansas

Noemí Pérez Vásquez
SOAS, University of London

Gabriel Rojas Andrade
Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia

Carlos Alberto Bravo Ramirez
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Lina Buchely
ICESI University, Cali, Colombia

Rashmi Raman
Jindal Global Law School, India

Catalina Vallejo
Universidad de Los Andes, Colombia

George Radics
National University of Singapore

Ruti Teitel
New York Law School

Amaya Alvez
Universidade de Concepción

Marika Samson
Faculty of Law, McGill University


 

 

 

 

 

 

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