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    International Judicial Bodies: Is Restorative Justice the Means to End the Peace v Justice dilemma?

International Judicial Bodies: Is Restorative Justice the Means to End the Peace v Justice dilemma?

In this article, recent graduate from Managing Humanitarianism at the LSE, Monica Adami, explains why retributive or restorative justice cannot reach and guarantee peace alone. 

This is the second in a series of articles by Monica Adami on Retributive and Restorative Justice.

When discussing about the need of restoring justice to victims, opponents of the retributive approach refer to restorative justice, which looks at the crime as a material […]

False Choice Between Retributive and Restorative Justice

In this article, Monica Adami, recent graduate from Managing Humanitarianism at the LSE, analyses the effectiveness of retributive approaches to justice used in the International Criminal Court system. 

This is the first in a series of articles by Monica Adami on Retributive and Restorative Justice.

It is widespread the belief that the retributive approach does not restore peace because it tends not to satisfy victim justice. The main […]

Retributive Justice: How can it harm a peace process?

In this article, recent graduate from Managing Humanitarianism at the LSE, Monica Adami, examines whether retributive justice can harm the peace process. 

This is the third and final in a series of articles by Monica Adami on Retributive and Restorative Justice.

Supporters of peace in the peace v justice dilemma argue that judicial justice should not take place in some contexts. The range of opponents reaches its maximum with […]