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Pluralistic truths and transitional justice in Colombia

Articles

<10.4000/revdh.10023>
KeywordsTriple Keywords
Justice
Injustice
Ethnic groups
Peoples (Ethnic groups)
Nationalities (Ethnic groups)
Ethnic nations (Ethnic groups)
Kindred groups (Ethnic groups)
Groups, Ethnic
Ethnic identities
Retention (Psychology)
Memory
Truth
Conviction
Novellas (Short novels)
Stories
Metafiction
Fiction
Novels
Fiction--Philosophy
Judiciary
Courts
Courts--Law and legislation
Adivasis
Indigenous peoples
Aboriginal peoples
Native races
Aborigines
Native peoples
Indigenous populations
Buildings--Design and construction
Construction
Building design
Western architecture (Western countries)
Architecture, Western (Western countries)
Architecture
Jurisdiction

Abstract

This article asks about the capacity of Colombian transitional justice to integrate the voice of ethnic groups and their diverse truths into the building of peace and national historical memory. The truth of marginalised groups is thus counteracting the stories of majority groups. The instruments of the full transitional justice system, and in particular the Special Court for Peace and the Commission for the Cleaning of Truth, are invited by indigenous peoples to address these other truths. Once incorporated into judicial and extrajudicial mechanisms, these truths can then have a restorative and transformative effect.

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