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The Argentinean Reparations Programme For Grave Violations Of Human Rights Perpetrated During The Last Military Dictatorship (1976–1983)

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Reparations for human rights violations have ?the purpose of relieving the sufferring and affording justice to victims by removing or redressing to the extent possible the consequences of the wrongful acts and by preventing and deterring violations". In this respect, the Argentinean reparations programme is historic and wide-ranging, and can be broadly divided into two general categories: pecuniary reparations; and non-pecuniary reparations, which include, inter alia, truth commission and accountability measures. The Argentinean reparations programme has seen several reforms in search for the best means of facing the terrible consequences of the last military dictatorship and its impact on the individuals directly affected and on society as a whole.

Keywords: Argentinean reparations programme; human rights violations; military dictatorship; non-pecuniary reparations; pecuniary reparations



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