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Felix Mukwiza Ndahinda

1 Introduction This article explores the relevance of historicizing and contextualizing subjective dimensions of collective victimization in the Democratic Republic of Congo (D. R. Congo) in processes aimed at bringing peace and stability to the country. The analysis digs into the country

Matt Watson

knowledge being saved. Specifically, in order to measure the benefits that can be provided by policies designed to encourage individuals to take up even objectively valuable pursuits, we must take into account how valuable the individuals affected subjectively believe those pursuits to be. Since we are

Øyvind Ravna and Nigel Bankes

prescription is not always cut off because the acquirers could have been brought out of their wrong opinion by examining the Land Register”. 44 This implies that one must take into account both objective and subjective factors, and that good faith has to be tested individually in each case. 45 For

Belachew Girma Degefie

definition by Capotorti includes objective elements (numerical size, non-dominant position, ethno-cultural distinctive characters, citizenship) and subjective elements (sense of solidarity directed towards preserving one’s own cultural identity) 6 even if these elements are not so identified. Another

Sharmin Chowdhury

increased capacity and robust functioning of the ECtHR. Nevertheless, empowering the ecj in protecting subjective rights may not fully guarantee equal access for the Roma since the structural arguments regarding the limited capabilities of the ecj need to be taken into account. Simultaneously, the

Roser Cussó

and Limitations of the Subjective National Identity Scale: the Case of Spain’, 17:2 Ethnopolitics (2018) pp. 165–180. 79 See The Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples (1960), ; or the International

Qinxuan Peng

hierarchical way; (3) these different axes do not simply work in an ‘additive’ way, either. In sum, intersectionality sees multiple axes of differentiation that are caused by gender, and other economic, political, cultural, physical, subjective and experiential aspects, emphasizing that different dimensions of

Eric Herman Ngwa Nfobin

’s view, it is first and foremost from this perspective that measures intended to protect a given ­language must be considered. In other words, implicit in the notion of an official language is the existence of certain subjective rights for the speakers of that language”. 136 The Diergaardt case is

Restitution Program  129 Jonnette Watson Hamilton Volume 23. No. 2 Articles Collective Victimization and Subjectivity in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Why Does Lasting Peace and Justice Remain Elusive?  137 Felix Mukwiza Ndahinda Åland

James Summers

identities – religion, region, social, historical, tribal, urban- rural. Supposedly objective criteria may turn on subjective values. Language is highlighted here as a crucial marker for ethno-cultural diff erence (p. 13), but it is not necessarily a self-evident one. One of the problem areas in minority