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How do we talk about historical commissions as instances of transitional justice? (podcast)

Tine Destrooper (UGent) and Cira Palli-Aspero (UGent)
(2022) In Podcasts - Justice Visions season 3(episode 6).
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In this episode, Prof. Tine Destrooper speaks with Dr. Cira Palli-Aspero, postdoctoral research fellow with Justice Visions, and Dr. Alexander Karn, from Colgate University, to explore the link between historical commissions and transitional justice, when these operate in consolidated democracies. We take a conceptual approach to first talk about how these commissions operate and what are their normative objectives; and second, to explore what are the implications of framing these historical commissions in consolidated democracies as instances of transitional justice, and especially the implications for the field of transitional justice.

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Destrooper, Tine, and Cira Palli-Aspero. How Do We Talk about Historical Commissions as Instances of Transitional Justice? (Podcast). Vol. season 3, no. episode 6, Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University, 2022.
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Destrooper, T., & Palli-Aspero, C. (2022). How do we talk about historical commissions as instances of transitional justice? (podcast). Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University.
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Destrooper, Tine, and Cira Palli-Aspero. 2022. “How Do We Talk about Historical Commissions as Instances of Transitional Justice? (Podcast).” Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University.
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Destrooper, Tine, and Cira Palli-Aspero. 2022. “How Do We Talk about Historical Commissions as Instances of Transitional Justice? (Podcast).” Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University.
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Destrooper T, Palli-Aspero C. How do we talk about historical commissions as instances of transitional justice? (podcast). Vol. season 3. Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University; 2022.
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T. Destrooper and C. Palli-Aspero, “How do we talk about historical commissions as instances of transitional justice? (podcast),” vol. season 3, no. episode 6. Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University, Ghent, 2022.
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  abstract     = {{In this episode, Prof. Tine Destrooper speaks with Dr. Cira Palli-Aspero, postdoctoral research fellow with Justice Visions, and Dr. Alexander Karn, from Colgate University, to explore the link between historical commissions and transitional justice, when these operate in consolidated democracies. We take a conceptual approach to first talk about how these commissions operate and what are their normative objectives; and second, to explore what are the implications of framing these historical commissions in consolidated democracies as instances of transitional justice, and especially the implications for the field of transitional justice.}},
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  title        = {{How do we talk about historical commissions as instances of transitional justice? (podcast)}},
  url          = {{https://justicevisions.org/podcast/how-do-we-talk-about-historical-commissions-as-instances-of-transitional-justice/}},
  volume       = {{season 3}},
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