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Criminal accountability for Syrians and beyond (podcast)

Brigitte Herremans (UGent) and Tine Destrooper (UGent)
(2022) In Podcasts - Justice Visions season 3(episode 8).
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  • VICTPART (Righting Victim Participation in Transitional Justice - VictPart)
Abstract
In this new episode of this mini-series on justice efforts for Syrians by Justice Visions and Impunity Watch, we critically examine criminal accountability efforts. Since the start of the al-Khatib trial in April 2020, the first one involving Syrian state torture, criminal proceedings have dominated the justice debate. Patrick Krocker (ECCHR), Anwar al-Bunni (SCLSR), and Veronica Bellintani (SDLP) shed light on the impact of criminal accountability, the central role of victims, and the need to complement criminal proceedings by other efforts.
Keywords
Transitional justice, Syria, Accountability, Documentation, Victims

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MLA
Herremans, Brigitte, and Tine Destrooper. Criminal Accountability for Syrians and beyond (Podcast). Vol. season 3, no. episode 8, Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University, 2022.
APA
Herremans, B., & Destrooper, T. (2022). Criminal accountability for Syrians and beyond (podcast). Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University.
Chicago author-date
Herremans, Brigitte, and Tine Destrooper. 2022. “Criminal Accountability for Syrians and beyond (Podcast).” Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Herremans, Brigitte, and Tine Destrooper. 2022. “Criminal Accountability for Syrians and beyond (Podcast).” Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University.
Vancouver
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Herremans B, Destrooper T. Criminal accountability for Syrians and beyond (podcast). Vol. season 3. Ghent: Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University; 2022.
IEEE
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B. Herremans and T. Destrooper, “Criminal accountability for Syrians and beyond (podcast),” vol. season 3, no. episode 8. Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University, Ghent, 2022.
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  abstract     = {{In this new episode of this mini-series on justice efforts for Syrians by Justice Visions and Impunity Watch, we critically examine criminal accountability efforts. Since the start of the al-Khatib trial in April 2020, the first one involving Syrian state torture, criminal proceedings have dominated the justice debate. Patrick Krocker (ECCHR), Anwar al-Bunni (SCLSR), and Veronica Bellintani (SDLP) shed light on the impact of criminal accountability, the central role of victims, and the need to complement criminal proceedings by other efforts.}},
  author       = {{Herremans, Brigitte and Destrooper, Tine}},
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  number       = {{episode 8}},
  publisher    = {{Justice Visions Research Group Ghent University}},
  title        = {{Criminal accountability for Syrians and beyond (podcast)}},
  url          = {{https://justicevisions.org/podcast/criminal-accountability-for-syrians-and-beyond/}},
  volume       = {{season 3}},
  year         = {{2022}},
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