Did Spain’s democratic transition enable a “common shared history” of the Civil War and the Francoist dictatorship to emerge?

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Women Memory, « Did Spain’s democratic transition enable a “common shared history” of the Civil War and the Francoist dictatorship to emerge? », Memory: What for?, ID : 10670/1.8saei7


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par Elisa GOMEZ ALEMAN, étudiante à Sciences Po Since the late 1980s, transitional justice has been enshrined as a valuable set of tools that can be implemented in a country after a violent conflict ((Sikkink, K. and Booth Walling, C., The Impact of Human Rights Trials in Latin America, 2007, Journal of Peace Research, Vol.44 (4), p.427.)) . The goal of such mechanisms is to achieve long-lasting peace through dealing with past violations of human rights ((ICTJ (2016) What is Transitional Just...

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