The taint of torture and the brazilian legal system
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dc.contributor.author De Góes Brennand, Edna Gusmão es
dc.contributor.author Volpato Dutra, Delamar José es
dc.date.accessioned 2019-11-05T11:30:35Z
dc.date.available 2019-11-05T11:30:35Z
dc.date.issued 2019 es
dc.identifier.uri https://hdl.handle.net/10550/71972
dc.description.abstract In Brazil, the practice of torture intertwines deeply with its own history. The literature on the subject has had a greater intensification on its registers during the Dictatorial Regime (1964 to 1985). In spite of the Brazilian Constitution of 1988, Brazil only makes efforts to investigate the crimes of torture of this period to comply with the provisions of the United Nations in 2011. Within this scenario, the NationalTruth Commission (Law 12.528, of November 2011) was created with the purpose of clarifying the facts and circumstances of cases concerning human rights violations, as well as the Law on Access to Information (Law 12.527 of November 2011), which have regulated the constitutional right to access public information, valid for all areas of the public administration. These laws allowed the opening of the archives of the dictatorship until denied on the basis of a severely restricted access. In this context, was created the Network Studies and Research on Violence-RIEV in partnership with Federal University of Paraíba-UFPB and Federal University of Santa Catarina-UFSC with the objective of investigating violations of human rights during the dictatorship, such as torture, persecution and violations of the right-to-live. The study of these violations is of fundamental importance for the historical unveiling of this period, especially because they were perpetrated by agents of the State. This article aims to present part of the research undertaken to understand the official legal procedures to prevent the practice of acts of torture in the national territory and how they are understood in the Brazilian legal system, with special attention to Law 9.455, of April 7, 1997 that criminalizes torture. es
dc.source De Góes Brennand, Edna Gusmão ; Volpato Dutra, Delamar José. The taint of torture and the brazilian legal system. En: Arxius de sociologia, 40 2019: 37-49 es
dc.subject 1137-7038 8537 Arxius de sociologia 525290 2019 40 7038138 The taint of torture and the brazilian legal system De Góes Brennand es
dc.subject Edna Gusmão es
dc.subject Volpato Dutra es
dc.subject Delamar José In Brazil es
dc.subject the practice of torture intertwines deeply with its own history. The literature on the subject has had a greater intensification on its registers during the Dictatorial Regime (1964 to 1985). In spite of the Brazilian Constitution of 1988 es
dc.subject Brazil only makes efforts to investigate the crimes of torture of this period to comply with the provisions of the United Nations in 2011. Within this scenario es
dc.subject the NationalTruth Commission (Law 12.528 es
dc.subject of November 2011) was created with the purpose of clarifying the facts and circumstances of cases concerning human rights violations es
dc.subject as well as the Law on Access to Information (Law 12.527 of November 2011) es
dc.subject which have regulated the constitutional right to access public information es
dc.subject valid for all areas of the public administration. These laws allowed the opening of the archives of the dictatorship until denied on the basis of a severely restricted access. In this context es
dc.subject was created the Network Studies and Research on Violence-RIEV in partnership with Federal University of Paraíba-UFPB and Federal University of Santa Catarina-UFSC with the objective of investigating violations of human rights during the dictatorship es
dc.subject such as torture es
dc.subject persecution and violations of the right-to-live. The study of these violations is of fundamental importance for the historical unveiling of this period es
dc.subject especially because they were perpetrated by agents of the State. This article aims to present part of the research undertaken to understand the official legal procedures to prevent the practice of acts of torture in the national territory and how they are understood in the Brazilian legal system es
dc.subject with special attention to Law 9.455 es
dc.subject of April 7 es
dc.subject 1997 that criminalizes torture. Violence es
dc.subject Torture es
dc.subject Legal order es
dc.subject Violencia es
dc.subject Tortura es
dc.subject Orden legal 37 49 es
dc.title The taint of torture and the brazilian legal system es
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/article en
dc.type info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion en
dc.subject.unesco UNESCO::SOCIOLOGÍA es
dc.identifier.doi es

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