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1971 Guatemala City Protocol was an earlier attempt to heal the division and to meet a mounting crisis threatening the System, but it was never accepted by a sufficient number of States to come into force. MAP 3 is a renewed attempt. It and MP 4 have come to be known as the “Montreal Package”. Twenty

Leena Grover

-seeking, institutional reform, vetting of public employees and officials, or an appropriately conceived combination thereof, in order to, inter alia, ensure accountability, serve justice, provide remedies to victims, promote healing and reconciliation, establish independent oversight of the security system and restore

Aust. 2 AUSTRIA

Austrian Supreme Court, 27 May 2004 8 Ob A 13/04a, Supreme Court

Editors International Labour Law Reports

(at least partly) as the conse- quence of the first one (complications or bad healing of the first illness, etc which cause another illness). But this is not the case: the plaintiffs injury caused by her fall is not directly connected to the precedent illness. And the gastro-intestinal diseases would

Sarkin

preventing the recurrence of human rights abuses and repairing the damage which has been caused. Often it is a question of balancing the needs of the victims, as well as society as a whole, to heal from the wounds inflicted upon them, and the political reality which often finds the new government inheriting

Kritz and Finci

war, however, in the name of the Tito regime’s policy of “brotherhood and unity,” discussion and treatment of these abuses were suppressed. Continuation of this policy over the next four decades did not heal the societal wounds and resentments deriving from the 1940’s atrocities; it simply allowed

Parlevliet

efforts to bring about genuine reconciliation and to continue devising ways and means of healing wounds.” 12 Clearly, the issue of how to deal with the legacy of the past has become a major and persistent bone of contention in the Namibian context. Despite all efforts from the Namibian government to

Susan Marks

” and heal. 6 And “[i]f healing is the consequence,” then “surely apology, as in Augustine’s Confessions , adds to the sum of justice in the world? Or does something trickier lie within the public act?” 7 3. Justification Let us leave that question there for the moment, and begin to consider how what I

Brölmann

enduring, daily interfaith cooperation, ending religiously motivated violence and creating cultures of peace, justice and healing for the earth and all living beings” (UN Invitation to the Charter-signing celebration, 26/VI/2000). Another sign of the times may be that legal scholarship has taken to

Outi Korhonen

. Insofar as the ‘small’ member states (…) refused to buckle under the pressure from the larger states, it has even gained in regard and in uence. (Its) reputation (…) can suffer only self-in icted damage: if it were to try, through compromises, to ‘heal’ what cannot be healed.” 12 To get onboard the

Jörn Axel Kämmerer

law the newly independent States forcibly had to accept its genesis, an acceptation that tacitly extended to the discriminating colonial era of that order. We may thus conclude that decolonisation was by no means able to heal all wounds but was rather characterised by a kind of ‘post-colonial paradox