Academic journal article American University International Law Review

Transitional Justice, International Human Rights, and Humanitarian Law: Introduction

Academic journal article American University International Law Review

Transitional Justice, International Human Rights, and Humanitarian Law: Introduction

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We are delighted to present this year's publication of the Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, which includes the three best essays in English and in Spanish recognized in the 2015 Human Rights Essay Award competition. It is satisfying to think that this competition allowed a record-setting number of participants an opportunity to expound their thoughts on so many important topics and areas of the world. We hope these participants are able to use their articles as mechanisms for change.

The quality of the essays was outstanding making the final decision difficult. We would like to recognize everyone that participated in the competition and mainly the two winners, Sarah Gledhill of the United Kingdom and Jean Franco Olivera Astete of Peru. In addition, a final decision would not be possible without the exceptional work from the members of the Honor Jury who read and evaluated the articles.

The goal of this publication and of the competition is to provide an academic venue for scholarly legal writing by human rights experts and activists. By publishing their work, we seek to contribute quality legal writings on topics of relevance to the development of this dynamic area of the law. …

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