International Peoples' Tribunals: Their Nature, Practice and Significance
- Cambridge University Press
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- Peoples' Tribunals and International Law, 2018, 2018, pp. 11 - 41 (40)
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This chapter by the editors provides a tour d'horizon of the phenomenon of international peoples' tribunals from their emergence on the stage in the late 1960s to the present. We explore the nature, composition, normative frameworks, legitimacy, impact and special contributions that peoples' tribunals have made to the development of a just international order and the implementation of human rights guarantees.
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