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Victims' rights, international wrongs, and restorative justice: How to square the circle of accountability and redress for international crimes?
I nternational law is increasingly focusing on criminal avenues to deal with past human rights abuses. In this frame, the role of victims is often marginalised, if not totally ignored, and they are sometimes further victimised. It is put forward that the problem lies largely in the punitive character of criminal law and its focus on prosecution. The paper explores the shortcomings of this approach and suggests possible solutions. Two promising alternatives are worth investigating. First,doi:10.2298/tem1201145r fatcat:wglnumqwpjeorbueippcrxhx64