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The Sri Lanka office on missing persons: truth and justice in tandem?

Nomor Panggil 340 IRRC 99:905 (2017)
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Penerbitan [Place of publication not identified]: Cambridge University Press , 2017
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Pertanggungjawaban
ISSN18163831
Majalah/JurnalInternational Review of the Red Cross
VolumeVol. 99, No. 905, Tahun 2017 : hal. 619-639
Akses Elektronik
Institusi Pemilik Universitas Indonesia
Lokasi Perpustakaan UI, Lantai 4, R. Koleksi Jurnal
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340 IRRC 99:905 (2017) 03-19-746883444 TERSEDIA
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ABSTRACT
In October 2015, by co-sponsoring United Nations Human Rights CouncilResolution 30/1 entitled Promoting Reconciliation, Accountability and Human Rights in Sri Lanka, the Sri Lankan government formally committed to embarking on a transitional justice process following three decades of armed conflict. Several thousand people allegedly disappeared during this period, often in connection with the armed conflict or as a result of internal disturbances. It is in this context that the Office on Missing Persons (OMP) was operationalized in 2018. This article discusses the nature of tracing investigations into the fate and whereabouts of missing persons of the type to be carried out by the OMP. It argues that these investigations, while ostensibly pursuing a humanitarian approach, cannot be artificially and hermetically separated from criminal justice processes. Further, it seeks to demonstrate that an integrated approach whereby strong linkages with criminal processes are provided for and encouraged best serves the interests of truth and justice.