Posts Tagged ‘ Argentina ’

International Criminal Law Sources in the Jurisprudence of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights – Some Comparative Considerations

Dec 23rd, 2008 | By

by Juan Pablo Pérez-León Acevedo

The Latin-American scenario was characterized by the presence of several protracted and intense internal armed conflicts as well as widespread and systematic human rights violations committed by dictatorships in peace time. […]

The Love of the Grandmothers

Apr 12th, 2002 | By

by José Miguez Bonino

A search like many others … and yet with a difference

One of the most infamous chapters in the “Book of Terror” written by our century is the story of the people who disappeared during the military dictatorship in Argentina. In the twenty-three years which have passed since the start of that dictatorship and today, hundreds of thousands of Argentinians have taken to the streets demanding “truth, justice and punishment of the culprits”. […]