The Chilean Human Rights Archives and Moral Resistance to Dictatorship

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Resumen / Abstract:

One early response to the dictatorial regime and mass human rights violations in Chile emerged from religious bodies and a range of professionals from whom victims sought help. This was a moral and ethical rather than a politically or ideologically motivated response to the needs and rights of victims. It constituted a form of direct resistance to oppression while also providing a basis for documenting and remembering these experiences and the political repression. This moral and ethical resistance to impunity also provides a foundation for pursuing peaceful coexistence in Chile today.

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The Chilean Human Rights Archives and Moral Resistance to Dictatorship

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Año de publicación:

2017

Revista / Libro / Editorial:

International Journal of Transitional Justice, 11(2) 189–196

DOI / ISBN / Identificador:

https://doi.org/10.1093/ijtj/ijx015

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