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Inter-American Court, Crimes Against Humanity and Peacebuilding in South America
Sánchez, Joan
Institut Català Internacional per la Pau
The present work contains a general overview of the sentences of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights (IACtHR), which have recognised that crimes against humanity are pre-existing in customary law, and do not prescribe, nor can they be subject to amnesty or pardon. Specific attention is paid to the consequent restrictions and opportunities offered by said verdicts to countries such as Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Peru, which find themselves in postconflict transition processes and where peace has been negotiated with certain groups and state structures that are responsible for carrying out crimes against humanity. In doing so, special attention is paid to the impact of the recognition of the nature of crimes against humanity on the notion of the principle of legality, stricto sensu; on the development and evolution of the doctrine and the practice of international human rights law in the inter-American context; and finally on the aforementioned processes of transitional justice.
23-12-2010
341 - Dret internacional. Drets humans
Dret internacional
Derecho internacional
International law
Dret internacional penal
Derecho penal internacional
International penal law
Justícia transicional
Justicia transicional
Transitional justice
Drets humans
Derechos humanos
Human rights
70 p.
Documento de trabajo
2013.5793 (en línia);
2013.5785 (paper)
ICIP Working Papers;2010/02
         

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