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Building resilience in post-conflict disaster contexts: children and transitional justice

Bisset, A. (2016) Building resilience in post-conflict disaster contexts: children and transitional justice. In: Breau, S. C. and Samuel, K. L. H. (eds.) Research Handbook on Disasters and International Law. Research Handbooks in International Law. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, pp. 479-500. ISBN 9781784717391

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This chapter is concerned with the promotion and protection of children’s rights in post-conflict disaster contexts, with a particular focus on the contribution of transitional justice mechanisms to delivering improvements in respect for and realisation of children’s rights. The chapter conceptualizes transitional justice as one means of building sustainable peace in post-conflict states, making it an important element of durable solution promotion in conflict-related disaster contexts. Within this, children play a vital role as they will ultimately become responsible for the implementation of policies and practices that will ensure, or indeed risk, long term peace and stability. It is therefore essential that they are a principal focus of post-conflict transitional justice mechanisms.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Law
ID Code:71222
Publisher:Edward Elgar

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