Assessing participation in transitional justice: a case study of victims’ trajectories for redress in the aftermath of the Guatemalan internal armed conflict

01 May 2023 → 31 October 2023
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Social sciences
    • Social movements and collective action
    • Human rights law
    • Sociology of law
    • Security, peace and conflict
human rights Guatemala victim participation Transitional justice
Project description
The research project explores how victims participate in formal and informal spaces in the aftermath   of the internal armed conflict in Guatemala. The project is rooted in a qualitative case study that examines the experiences of the victims of the Cocop massacre (1981) by foregrounding their different forms of collective action, identities, tensions and demands in their trajectories of mobilization.