The latest on OpenGlobalRights: holding home states accountable and re-thinking transitional justice

Recently on OpenGlobalRights, authors debated how to hold home states accountable for human rights abuses by corporations and how to re-think transitional justice for different contexts.

The OGR Editorial Team
11 April 2018

Recently on OpenGlobalRights, Daniel Cerqueira and Alexandra Montgomery discussed the promise a new treaty on business and human rights in holding home states accountable. Paul Seis then argued that transitional justice cannot be applied in the same way in every conflict, pointing out that it is time to re-think the entire concept.

We are continuously publishing new content and creating different themes for debate and dialogue, so stay informed by subscribing here for weekly updates. Interested in writing for us? Click here for submission guidelines.

Had enough of ‘alternative facts’? openDemocracy is different Join the conversation: get our weekly email


We encourage anyone to comment, please consult the oD commenting guidelines if you have any questions.
Audio available Bookmark Check Language Close Comments Download Facebook Link Email Newsletter Newsletter Play Print Share Twitter Youtube Search Instagram WhatsApp yourData