Victims' rights to a remedy and reparation : the new United Nations principles and guidelines / Theo van Boven -- Massive trauma and the healing role of reparative justice : an update / Yael Danieli -- Gender and reparations : seeking transformative justice / Emily Jones -- Seeking redress for Hitler's victims : personal remembrances / Benjamin B. Ferencz, with Michael J. Bazyler and Kristen L. Nelson -- Guided by the Terezin Declaration : a review of restitution of stolen Jewish property after the Holocaust / Michael J. Bazyler, Kathryn Lee Boyd, Kristen L. Nelson and Rajika L. Shah -- The Swiss Banks Holocaust Settlement / Judah Gribetz and Shari C. Reig -- The claims conference and the historic Jewish efforts for Holocaust-related compensation and restitution / Gideon Taylor, Greg Schneider and Saul Kagan and Karen Heilig -- The Swiss banks Holocaust settlement / Judah Gribetz and Shari C. Reig -- Overcoming evidentiary weaknesses in reparation claims programmes / Heike Niebergall -- Reparations and victim participation : experiences with the design and implementation of domestic reparations programmes / Cristián Correa, Julie Guillerot and Lisa Magarrell -- Reparation for sexual exploitation and abuse in the (post) conflict context : the need to address abuses by peacekeepers and humanitarian aid workers / Carla Ferstman -- Responses of Regional Human Rights Courts and Commissions to Mass Violations / Lutz Oette -- The Inter-American Human Rights System and reparations to overcome impunity / Elizabeth Abi-Mershed -- Reparation for Gross Violations of Human Rights Law and International Humanitarian Law at the International Court of Justice / Conor McCarthy -- The role of victims' lawyers in reparation claims / Luc Walleyn -- Compensation for victims of chemical warfare in Iraq and Iran through Domestic Criminal and Civil Proceedings in the Netherlands / Liesbeth Zegveld -- Victims' experiences of the International Criminal Court's Reparations Mandate in the Democratic Republic of the Congo / Mariana Goetz -- Reparations at the ICC : the need for a human rights based approach to effectiveness / Carla Ferstman -- Reparations at the extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia / Christoph Sperfeldt -- Too soon until it got too late : making reparations a reality for Hissène Habré's victims / Nader Iskandar Diab -- The Argentinean Reparations Programme for grave violations of human rights perpetrated during the last military dictatorship (1976-1983) / Andrea Gualde and Natalia Luterstein -- Go big or go home? Lessons learned from the Colombian victims' reparation system / Nelson Camilo Sanchez and Clara Sandoval-Villalba -- Reparations in Dayton's Bosnia and Herzegovina / Carla Ferstman and Sheri P. Rosenberg (1967-2015) -- Reparations for victims of war within the Western Balkans EU sccession negotiations : Serbia case study / Milica Kostic and Sandra Orlovic -- Debating and litigating post-genocide reparations in the Rwandan context / Felix Mukwiza Ndahinda -- Reparations for Apartheid-era victims in South Africa : the unfinished business of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission / Annah Moyo, Maxine Rubin and Hugo van der Merwe -- Struggling for reparations in Northern Ireland / Luke Moffett -- Raahat ki Ahaat : reparation in post-conflict Nepal / Sarah Fulton and Mandira Sharma -- Transitional justice without the transition? Considering a path to reparations for the Syrian people / Sareta Ashraph.
"Reparations for Victims of Genocide, War Crimes and Crimes Against Humanity: Systems in Place and Systems in the Making provides a rich tapestry of practice in the complex and evolving field of reparations, which cuts across law, politics, psychology and victimology, among other disciplines. Ferstman and Goetz bring their long experiences with international organizations and civil society groups to bear. This second edition, which comes a decade after the first, contains updated information and many new chapters and reflections from key experts. It considers the challenges for victims to pursue reparations, looking from multiple angles at the Holocaust restitution movement and more recent cases in Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas. It also highlights the evolving practice of international courts and tribunals. First published in a hardbound edition, this second, fully revised and updated edition, is now available in paperback"--