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State's Responsibility for Historical Injustices before International Institutions / Courts

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Published on Dec 01, 2021
MIT 21A.S01 Reparations for Slavery and Colonization: Contemporary Movements for Justice, Fall 2021
Speaker: Kelly Picard
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This interview discusses the research of Kelly Picard, on the topic of the protection of rights and freedoms, and the mechanisms of justice and reparation in post-conflict situations, particularly in Africa.

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