Mediation and Human Rights

27.06.2005

By Non classé

Human rights extend far beyond questions of amnesties and impunity. O’Neill argues that in contrast to common assumptions, the inclusion of human rights in conflict mediation has much more to offer than judicial accountability and discrediting abuses. Rather, attention to human rights creates fresh opportunities to engage belligerents and should be recognised as a valuable and necessary strategy for sustainability.

We use cookies to guarantee the best experience and improve the performance of our website.
For more information, please see our Legal Mentions.