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Memory : securing the past and imagining the future (Podcast)

Tine Destrooper (UGent) and Brigitte Herremans (UGent)
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  • VICTPART (Righting Victim Participation in Transitional Justice - VictPart)
Abstract
Memory and narratives play a crucial role in transitional justice. What do we remember of past violence, and how do we narrate those memories? In which ways can such narratives, in all their complexity, help us to better understand violence? Literature is one place where we often find narratives of violence, but also in transitional justice narratives are everywhere. In this podcast episode, we talk to Lyndsey Stonebridge, Professor of Humanities and Human Rights at Birmingham University. In her book ‘The Judicial imagination: writing after Nuremberg’ she touches upon issues such as what it means to tell a story, how we listen, and how to make sure that victims’ voices are adequately captured?
Keywords
HRC, Human Rights Law, Transitional Justice, Victim participation, international criminal justice

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MLA
Destrooper, Tine, and Brigitte Herremans. Memory : Securing the Past and Imagining the Future (Podcast). no. Episode 6, Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University, 2020.
APA
Destrooper, T., & Herremans, B. (2020). Memory : securing the past and imagining the future (Podcast). Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University.
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Destrooper, Tine, and Brigitte Herremans. 2020. “Memory : Securing the Past and Imagining the Future (Podcast).” Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University.
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Destrooper, Tine, and Brigitte Herremans. 2020. “Memory : Securing the Past and Imagining the Future (Podcast).” Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University.
Vancouver
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Destrooper T, Herremans B. Memory : securing the past and imagining the future (Podcast). Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University; 2020.
IEEE
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T. Destrooper and B. Herremans, “Memory : securing the past and imagining the future (Podcast),” no. Episode 6. Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University, Ghent, 2020.
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  abstract     = {{Memory and narratives play a crucial role in transitional justice. What do we remember of past violence, and how do we narrate those memories? In which ways can such narratives, in all their complexity, help us to better understand violence? Literature is one place where we often find narratives of violence, but also in transitional justice narratives are everywhere.

In this podcast episode, we talk to Lyndsey Stonebridge, Professor of Humanities and Human Rights at Birmingham University. In her book ‘The Judicial imagination: writing after Nuremberg’ she touches upon issues such as what it means to tell a story, how we listen, and how to make sure that victims’ voices are adequately captured?}},
  author       = {{Destrooper, Tine and Herremans, Brigitte}},
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  language     = {{eng}},
  number       = {{Episode 6}},
  publisher    = {{Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University}},
  title        = {{Memory : securing the past and imagining the future (Podcast)}},
  url          = {{https://justicevisions.org/podcast/memory-securing-the-past-and-imagining-the-future/}},
  year         = {{2020}},
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