Cultural repair: an ineludible advance in transitional justice

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Title Cultural repair: an ineludible advance in transitional justice
La reparación cultural: un avance ineludible en la justicia transicional
 
Creator Charria-García, Fernando
 
Subject transitional justice
symbolic repair
victims
culture
cultural reparation
justicia transicional
reparación simbólica
víctimas
cultura
reparación cultural
 
Description An initiative is presented within the transitionaljustice that we call “cultural reparation”. “SymbolicReparation” contemplates those cases in which thereis an intention to assign economic values to repairthe victims. Faced with the impossibility of doingso, the Inter-American Court of Human Rights hasgenerated what is known as “symbolic reparation”,a concept that is tending to expand, situation thatwe consider through a shift of meaning, that can becalled “Cultural Reparation”.This type of reparation could be implemented incommunities with strong identity references suchas indigenous communities, communities of Africandescent, or smaller communities with very markedidentity traits. This will involve dialogue with thevictims and growing with them, in order to impactsocial institutions according to the culture of thatcommunity, so that forms of reparation can emergethat ease individual and collective pain, that is, theability to provide responses that build bridges sothat they can abandon their condition as victims andbuild themselves as subjects.
 
ARK: http://id.caicyt.gov.ar/ark:/s26184699/abqvqr4dn
Se presenta una iniciativa dentro de la justicia transicionalque denominamos “reparación cultural”. La“reparación simbólica” contempla aquellos casosdonde existe una intención de asignar valores económicospara reparar a las víctimas. Frente a la imposibilidadde hacerlo, la Corte Interamericana deDerechos Humanos amplió este concepto a travésde un deslizamiento de sentido que, consideramos,puede denominarse como “reparación cultural”.Este tipo de reparación podría ser implementadaen comunidades con fuertes características deidentidad, como las indígenas, las afrodescendientesy otras más pequeñas con rasgos identitariosmarcados. Esto implicará dialogar con las víctimasy construir con ellas para impactar en las institucionessociales según la cultura de dicha comunidad,de modo tal que surjan formas de reparación quemorigeren el dolor individual y colectivo, es decir,poder dar respuestas que construyan puentes paraque puedan abandonar la condición de víctima yconstruirse como sujetos.
 
ARK: http://id.caicyt.gov.ar/ark:/s26184699/abqvqr4dn
 
Publisher EUCASA
 
Date 2020-12-03
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
text/html
 
Identifier http://revistas.ucasal.edu.ar/index.php/RO/article/view/313
 
Source Revista Omnia; Vol. 3 Núm. 3 (2020): Omnia. Derecho y sociedad; 37-54
Omnia Journal; Vol 3 No 3 (2020): Omnia. Derecho y sociedad; 37-54
2618-4699
2618-4680
 
Language spa
 
Relation http://revistas.ucasal.edu.ar/index.php/RO/article/view/313/286
http://revistas.ucasal.edu.ar/index.php/RO/article/view/313/306
 
Rights Derechos de autor 2020 Revista Omnia
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
 

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