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Assessing the Chile Truth Commission ReportStudent’s name Institution Course Date PART 1 Transitional Justice: conceptual perspectives Truth Commissions: practical perspectives Human Rights List of gross and serious human rights violations covered by the commission The national intelligence directorate (DINA) was responsible in undertaking serious human rights violations. There were a lot of people who were being eliminated and never be traced or found. For instance there was disappearance of people after arrest reflected a pattern of planned structure. Some of the people who were eliminated were usually those considered to be political threats to the state. Typically people were brutally murdered. DINA was known for regressing individuals who were considered to be political enemies. Human rights had been infringed to a greater scale. Power Who are the abusers and how is the abuse carried out? Brief overview of power relations before truth commission How was power exercised vertically i.e. helped the society to know what actually took place and give various alternative ways to address and cope up with the past. When the attitudes of individuals and organizations concerning the national intelligence system changes the society will eventually become a whole. Analysis and critical evaluation Summary analysis of (a) to (e) above In summary the truth commission has proved to be one of the most important tool that brings out the various injustices that occurred. It gives a clear outline of all the events that the national intelligence directorate had to undertake among innocent citizens. Besides the high rate of human right violation is understood through this model. Bibliography Hayner P.B. 1994. Fifteen truth commissions-1974 to 1994: a comparative study. Hum. Rts. Q. 16 p.597. Weissbrodt D. and Fraser P.W. 1992. Report of the Chilean National Commission on Truth and Reconciliation. Human Rights Quarterly 14(4) pp.601-622. Retrieved from https://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/resources/collections/truth_commissions/Chile90-Report/Chile90-Report.pdf [...]

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500-525 words. DEADLINE IN 9 HOURS PLEASE READ DOCUMENT BEFORE SPEAKING. Harvard style referencing in sources and bibliography should be at the bottom. (not part of the word count) TURNITIN REPORT HAS TO BE INCLUDED

Subject Area: Human Rights

Document Type: Dissertation

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