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Reparations are about healing the trust between victims, society and the state
In Asia, there are some examples of successful reparations programs
Civil society and victims groups can play a key role in reparations programs
National social assistance programs, such as veteran’s pensions, are the same as reparations programs
Reparations are an alternative to criminal justice
A public apology, including acknowledgment of the facts and acceptance of responsibility, is related most to which of the following?
The ‘Presidential Commission on Good Governance’ was set up instead of a truth commission in which country?
Which of the following would fall under the category of ‘material reparations’?
Which of the following would fall under the category of ‘symbolic reparations’?
Restoring a victim to the situation before violations occurred related to which of the following?
On what basis can reparations be distributed?
Who do reparations programs primarily aim to benefit?
‘Centro Nacional Chega!’ was a program to care for victims in which country?
Which of the following is NOT a form of effective reparation?
What are the two forms of reparations?