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The use of history in democratization-processes: symbols, traditions, education and truth and justice policies in Europe
This research analyzes the different ways history is used by states in democratization-processes, both in the short term transition to democracy as for the long term consolidation of democracy. After an attempt to define ...
Water and the Arab Uprisings: the human right to water and sanitation in post-transition Egypt
This thesis analyses the water and sanitation crisis through the human rights lens in the context of the Egyptian uprisings of 2011. It introduces a tripartite approach, the water – human rights – governance nexus offering ...
Is the Council of Europe fostering democratisation in Azerbaijan? : analysing the impact of the organization and its faith in the ballot box
This paper examines the impact of the Council of Europe (CoE) in the process of democratisation in Azerbaijan, a member state where the organisation has failed to overcome the obstacles to democratic progress, legitimising ...
When Forgetting Is Dangerous. Transitional Justice, Collective Remembrance and Brazil’s Shift to Far-Right Populism
(Global Campus of Human Rights, 2020)
Transitional justice measures such as, inter alia, trials, truth commissions and institutional reforms or a lack thereof impact how societies deal with the past and help shape the collective memories of societies and ...