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We amplify Dejusticia's impact by developing powerful communications strategies, including pedagogical, activist and disruptive communications. We also impact public debates through our journalistic work.

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HOW DID THE COLOMBIAN STATE ALLOW LA GUAJIRA TO TURN INTO THIS TRAGEDY? IN THE STATE OF LA GUAJIRA, THE LOCALS DEMAND WATER AND PUNISHMENT FOR CORRUPTION.
Published in El Espectador
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BOJAYÁ IN THE ERA OF PRE-TRUTH SURVIVORS OF THE 2002 MASSACRE AND FAMILIES OF THE VICTIMS AWAIT FOR THE JUSTICE SYSTEM TO FULFILL ITS PROMISES
Published in El Espectador
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FIVE POINTS THAT CONCERN US ABOUT THE SPECIAL JURISDICTION FOR PEACE AND THE SPECIAL TREATMENT FOR PUBLIC SECURITY FORCES READ THE ARTICLE

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The ABCs of the Social Protest and Human Rights Crisis in Colombia

If you have not yet understood the serious situation in the streets of Colombia since April 28, 2021, we explain three essential aspects of the social mobilization agenda in which violence has been an unfortunate protagonist.

Protests in Colombia: 650 civil society organizations call for urgent action from IACHR

Given the fragile institutional situation and the seriousness of human rights violations in Colombia, a group of 650 organizations, including Dejusticia, made a joint call to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) asking to energetically condemn the acts of violence and repression of social protest in Colombia and to visit the country to verify…

We condemn violence and call for respect for the right to protest in Colombia

For the allegations of human rights violations during the current national strike, we call for compliance with the orders issued by the Supreme Court of Justice for these contexts.

Colombian Democracy in the Streets

Although protests in Colombia have been increasing since the 1990s, they have grown noticeably following the signing of the peace agreements in 2016. Until then ...

From Snow Angels to a Humanitarian Emergency

The humanitarian emergency occurring in the state of Texas (USA) as a result of winter storm Uri challenges the assumption that the Global North, because ...

Despite Biden’s Victory, Authoritarian Populism Continues to Threaten U.S. Democracy

The number of democratic governments has doubled since the 1970’s, demonstrating the success of recent efforts to implement this model throughout the world. However, many ...

International Humanitarian Law and Victims of Child Recruitment as Targets of an Attack

On 29 August 2019, at around midnight, the Colombian Air Force bombed a camp in the jungles of Caquetá. The objective: alias Gildardo Cucho, leader ...

The Duque Government Before the United Nations: A Zero in Conduct

Jessica Corredor* Nelson Camilo Sánchez**   The Duque government’s public policies are like a quilt pieced together with rags. They are policies without clear goals, ...

Digital Transitions in Transitional Justice

On 4 May 2020, the JEP’s Chamber of Recognition held one of its hearings, in which a member of the public forces provided his version ...

The Human Rights-based Approach: The Pending Issue of the Migration Law

By: Silvia Ruiz y Johanna Muñoz Pulido* It is no surprise that, due to the precarious enjoyment of minimum standards of decent living in Venezuela, ...

The Right to Have Rights: A Debate on Nationality in Colombia

The measures the National Civil Registry and the Congress promoted to recognize the nationality of children born in Colombia to Venezuelan parents are a significant ...
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