First Thoughts on ‘Truth’ in Human Rights Adjudication

By Marie-Bénédicte Dembour, Ruwadzano Makumbe and Genaro Manrique For 18 months now, the DISSECT research project has started to explore evidence in international human rights adjudication. Focusing on the interplay between truth, power and evidence, one of its core questions is how the judicial process tries to eliminate but keeps having to deal with factualContinue reading “First Thoughts on ‘Truth’ in Human Rights Adjudication”