Restitution at the Juncture of Humanitarian Response to Displacement and Transitional Justice

7/11/2013

Rhodri C. Williams

While contemporary understandings of restitution have been shaped by international responses to displacement and are primarily humanitarian in nature, restitution has its conceptual roots in traditional rules governing remedies for breaches of international law and is related to transitional justice measures involving reparations for victims of human rights abuses.

Date published: 
6/1/2013