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Transitional Justice in Brazil:

Measuring Progress and Confronting Challenges

The Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice (Vance Center), together with the Instituto de Estudos da Religião (ISER) is hosted a conference on Transitional Justice in Brazil: Measuring Progress and Confronting Challenges on December 2nd, 2013 at the New York City Bar.

This conference will bring together Brazilian and other international experts to reflect on Brazil’s current transitional justice initiatives in light of best practices and international standards, and to consider how Brazil can continue to move forward in addressing its past human rights violations to create a more just future.

PROGRAM AGENDA | SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES

MATERIALS

Amnesty in the Age of Accountability

Prosecution in Latin America

Truth Commission in Brazil

Araguaia Case

Reparations and Impunity

The Onset of Remembering

The Past Emerges

 

SPEAKERS' PRESENTATIONS

The Historical Context of Transitional Justice

Brazilian Truth Commission

Monitoring the National Truth Commission in Brazil

Amnesty, Reparations and Transitional Justice in Brazil

 

Instituto de Estudos da Religião (ISER) is a Brazilian research institute that promotes the search for truth about human rights violations, fights impunity and state violence, and strengthens civil society’s participation in transitional justice.