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Gender and transitional justice

Susan Harris Rimmer

Gender and transitional justice

the women of East Timor

by Susan Harris Rimmer

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Published by Routledge in Abingdon, Oxon [UK], New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementSusan Harris Rimmer
SeriesRoutledge contemporary Southeast Asia series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKNW5007.3.W65 R56 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24487597M
ISBN 109780415561181, 9780203860045
LC Control Number2009030543

Books shelved as transitional-justice: Transitional Justice by Ruti G. Teitel, Transitional Justice and Development: Making Connections by Pablo De Greif.   Gender Politics in Transitional Justice argues that human rights outcomes for women are determined in the space between international law and local gender politics. The book draws on feminist political science to reveal the key gender dynamics that shape the strategies of local women’s movements in their engagement with transitional justice, and the ultimate success of those strategies, Pages:

Literature on gender in transitional justice (TJ) has tended to focus on women as victims of sexualised violence. But this study aims to contribute to more nuanced and inclusive analysis. Gender cannot be seen simply as a descriptive category of victims. The roles of men and women in the context of TJ are multifaceted and [ ]. This book provides a gendered analysis of transitional justice as a discipline. It is also one of the first studies to offer a comprehensive case study of how women engaged in the whole range of transitional mechanisms in a post-conflict state, ie, domestic trials, internationalised trials and truth by:

Week 1. An overview of ‘transition’ and ‘transitional justice’ Week 2. Gender, transition and transitional justice Week 3. Gender and Truth Commissions Week 4. Gender and criminal justice Week 5. Gender and reparations Week 6. Gender and institutional reform. About the instructor: Stephanie Chaban. Gender and transitional justice: the women of East Timor. [Susan Harris Rimmer] -- This book seeks to answer the question of what role international law has played in relation to East Timorese women engaged with transitional justice processes from to


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Buy Gender and Transitional Justice (Routledge Contemporary Southeast Asia) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Gender and Transitional Justice (Routledge Contemporary Southeast Asia): Susan Harris Rimmer: : BooksCited by: Gender and Transitional Justice: The Women of East Timor and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device : $ Based on original empirical research, this book explores retributive and gender justice, the potentials and limits of agency, and the correlation of transitional justice and social change through case studies of current dynamics in post-violence countries such Rwanda, South Africa, Cambodia, East Timor, Columbia, Chile and Germany.

Gender and Transitional Justice, edited by Susanne Buckley-Zistel and Ruth Stanley, provides strong addition to this literature. While concerned with the issue of women’s participation – or lack of participation – in transitional justice mechanisms, the collection also engages in a deeper critique of the ‘underlying theoretical, political and ideological premises’ of the transitional justice project (2).

This book provides a gendered analysis of transitional justice as a discipline. It is also one of the first studies to offer a comprehensive case study of how women engaged in the whole range of transitional mechanisms in a post-conflict state, i.e.

domestic trials, internationalised trials and truth commissions. Catherine O’Rourke’s book Gender Politics in Transitional Justice – a mixture of empirical and conceptual engagement with transitional justice – is a measured and substantial contribution to contemporary gender analyses, transitional justice cholarship, and international law.

Gender and Transitional Justice provides the first comprehensive feminist analysis of the role of international law in formal transitional justice mechanisms.

Using East Timor as a case study, it offers reflections on transitional justice administered by a UN transitional by:   The authors discuss the contribution to the epidemic of violence of a crisis of masculinity provoked by the end of the political conflict, and seek to reconceptualise transitional justice on the basis of women’s lived experience, acknowledging the intimate connections between transitional justice and gender justice.

This volume counters one-sided dominant discursive representations of gender in human rights and transitional justice, and women’s place in the transformations of neoliberal human rights, and contributes a more balanced examination of how transitional justice and human rights institutions, and political institutions impact the lives and experiences of women.

The United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) has reviewed its past support to transitional justice processes in a select group of countries to assess the.

Based on empirical research, the volume explores strategies and measures of dealing with the legacy of massive human rights abuses from various gender perspectives including retributive and gender justice, the potentials and limits of agency, and the correlation between transitional justice and social change for women and : Hardcover.

Transitional justice often fails to adequately deal with the multi-dimensional issue of gender justice. Hellsten argues that this is partly to do with the way women are treated during conflict situations, but also with women’s roles in societies in general. Gender Politics in Transitional Justice argues that human rights outcomes for women are determined in the space between international law and local gender politics.

The book draws on feminist political science to reveal the key gender dynamics that shape the strategies of local women’s movements in their engagement with transitional justice, and the ultimate success of those strategies, termed ‘the local fit’.

This book provides a gendered analysis of transitional justice as a discipline. It is also one of the first studies to offer a comprehensive case study of how women engaged in the whole range of transitional mechanisms in a post-conflict state, i.e. domestic trials, internationalised trials Author: Susan Harris Rimmer.

Gender and Transitional Justice provides the first comprehensive feminist analysis of the role of international law in formal transitional justice mechanisms.

Using East Timor as a case study, it offers reflections on transitional justice administered by a UN transitional administration. What Are the Goals of Transitional Justice. Evolution of Transitional Justice d. What Responses Can Transitional Justice Include.

Defining Gender f. The Gender of Violence g. Sexual and Gender-based Violence h. Gendered Impact of Human Rights Violations i. What Is at Risk with a Gender. This book provides a gendered analysis of transitional justice as a discipline. It is also one of the first studies to offer a comprehensive case study of how women engaged in the whole range of transitional mechanisms in a post-conflict state, i.e.

domestic trials, internationalised trials and truth : Taylor And Francis. Gender Politics in Transitional Justice argues that human rights outcomes for women are determined in the space between international law and local gender politics.

The book draws on feminist political science to reveal the key gender dynamics that shape the strategies of local women’s movements in their engagement with transitional justice, and the ultimate success of those strategies, Cited by: Transitional justice responses to gender-based violations during conflict and authoritarian rule are essential for ensuring justice for victims, combating women’s marginalization, and preventing future violations against women and other communities targeted for their gender.

Gender and Transitional Justice ‘This book offers not only a rich and detailed account of transitional justice in East Timor over the last decade but also an important theoretical framework to under-stand the complexities of women’s lives after conflict.’ Professor Hilary Charlesworth, Australian National UniversityFile Size: 1MB.

Before turning specifically to Teitel’s book and the rest of the books on my list, I want to clarify that I am offering a list of the five best books on transitional justice in English. This is important to note because the scholarship and practice of transitional justice is multi-lingual, and so there are lists of books ."Based on original empirical research, this book explores retributive and gender justice, the potentials and limits of agency, and the correlation of transitional justice and social change through case studies of current dynamics in post-violence countries such Rwanda, South Africa, Cambodia, East Timor, Columbia, Chile and Germany."--Publisher's website.Based on original empirical research, this book explores retributive and gender justice, the potentials and limits of agency, and the correlation of transitional justice and social change through case studies of current dynamics in post-violence countries such Rwanda, South Africa, Cambodia, East Timor, Columbia, Chile and : Palgrave Macmillan UK.