In this exclusive interview, we speak to Lucia Bastos about her book Transitional Justice in Brazil: Walking the Tightrope, published as part of Intersentia’s Series on Transitional Justice. The second part of this interview discusses human rights issues in Brazil, how the state has sought to correct these historical abuses and in what ways these policies must be adapted to carry out the goal of transitional justice. Read more.
In this exclusive interview, we interview Lucia Bastos about her book Transitional Justice in Brazil: Walking the Tightrope. The first part of this interview discusses the political history of Brazil and the cultural and legal implications of holding the past dictatorship to account. Read more.
We interviewed Laurence Burgorgue-Larsen on this recently published book. She discusses the meaning of “Plurality” and “Diversity,” and examines how these two legal and political concepts are affected by the burdens of the past: colonialism, war and the traditional attitudes of the countries addressed. Read more.
In this exclusive interview, Laima Vaige discusses the concept of supranational ordre public, its potential role in enforcing marriage equality, and the importance of interdisciplinary research. Read more.
Radosveta Vassileva is a Visiting Research Fellow at Middlesex University (UK). Her research interests encompass comparative private and public law, and EU law. We interviewed her about her publication Bulgarian Private Law at Crossroads. Read more.
Joy Liddicoat (LLM) specialises in human rights, privacy and technology law. A former Human Rights Commissioner and Assistant Privacy Commissioner, Joy is President of InternetNZ, responsible for the country code top-level domain .nz. We interviewed her about her publication Human Rights and the Internet. Read more.