Juste un Mouvement

Screening and dialogue with Vincent Meessen, part of the Interdisciplinary and Interuniversity Certificate in Transitional Justice, Université Libre de Bruxelles / Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve
19/03/2024, event for students and research staff

Since the Second World War, a number of international courts have been set up around the world in response to international crimes. They are well known to the general public. But they are not the only response.

Different processes can be put in place by societies that have faced mass crimes, dictatorships and/or serious and repeated human rights violations, in order to establish the rule of law and find the conditions for lasting peace.

Commemoration through artistic approaches and the creation of places of memory is one of the five means of action developed by users, jurists and institutions acting in Transitional Justice.