Decision method for elementary algebra by Seidenberg A.

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This was reinforced by the Rome Statute, which authorized the International Criminal Court to award reparations to victims of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes out of a Victim’s Trust Fund. Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (1998), arts. 75, 79. ; and C. Ferstman, M. Goetz, and A. , Reparations for Victims of Genocide, Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2009). 66 UNCHR, “Right to the Truth,” para. 16 and n. 28. 67 Theidon makes this argument as well.

By contrast, when discussing amnesties with DDR practitioners, the subject tends to be treated as uncontroversial. Amnesties are usually seen as one of the key incentives or preconditions for a successful DDR program. These divergent practitioner perceptions are mirrored in academic scholarship. The transitional justice literature on amnesties is vast and the analyses are, especially in the last decade, overwhelmingly antagonistic to amnesties. By comparison, DDR literature on amnesties is scant, and where one finds a reference to the topic at all, it is usually positive in the sense of treating amnesties as conducive, rather than antagonistic, to the aims of DDR.

Child soldiers, who are both perpetrators and victims, may want impunity for their own crimes, but accountability for the commanders who recruited them. 55 Patel, “Transitional Justice and DDR,” 248; see Duthie, “Transitional Justice and Social Reintegration,” 59; and de Greiff, “Establishing Links Between DDR and Reparations,” in this volume. 56 DPKO, IDDRS, sec. 30, 33. 57 The term “reconciliation” is vague and problematic, but it will be used here for lack of better alternatives. ” David A. Crocker, “Truth Commissions, Transitional Justice, and Civil Society” in Truth v.

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