Transitional Justice: Challenges And Solutions

Vidya Kakra, Symbiosis Law School, Noida


Transitional Justice has been popular in recent years as a means of dealing with previous wrongdoings. Its methods, which are based on the retributive-restorative justice dichotomy, have contributed differently to the societies in which they have been implemented.Theoretically and practically, trials (as a retributive form) and truth commissions, amnesties, and reparations (as a restorative form) confront several problems and criticisms.

To make transitional justice more realistic, it is necessary to learn from all experiences and improve work on education, financing, planning, and evaluation of processes, contribute to social and political change, and spread the word about what is being done, combining different mechanisms whenever possible to achieve better results.

Indian Journal of Law and Legal Research

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ISSN: 2582-8878


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