Part 3: Explores institutional responses to crimes and uses criminological theory to offer solutions
How can Human Rights Violations be Fought?
We answer this question in two steps. Chapter 6 reviews the types of courts that respond to human rights (HR) and humanitarian law (HL) violations. Then in Chapter 7 we examine the sociological conditions under which they function and the dilemmas and limits they face before we address their potential impact.[Page 88]