Disclosing public servants’ private interests: A powerful but unexploited anti-corruption tool

Both the legislation and the case law of other countries have made considerable efforts to exploit the potential of the disclosure of private interests of public servants as an anti-corruption tool. In contrast, Colombia has yet to adopt these reforms and judicial pronouncements.
salud mental

The Punishment of Silence: Mental Health Around the World

Far from being an issue of self-care, about which we can speak as casually as we do physical illnesses, mental health is something that we prefer to keep in silence. It’s a topic that carries certain collective fear, shame, and prejudice.

News

Cambio climático, medio ambiente

25 Voices against Deforestation: Finalists for the Children’s Climate Prize

The news that 25 children and youth made history in Latin America by suing the Colombian government for failure to protect the Amazon rainforest reached Stockholm. The youth plaintiffs were ...
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Dejusticia seeks a Communications Director

The Communications Director will be leading a team of four permanent staff and a host of external consultants and intern/s who will project Dejusticia’s work on several human rights themes ...
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Leaders Assassinated in Colombia: how many are left out of the counts?

Every day, at least six organizations in Colombia register the deaths of social leaders that have been occurring after the signing of the Peace Agreement in 2016. Media, civil society ...
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Hit, Postobón, Beverages

Invima Suspends Hit Commercial and Ad: Juices do not have as much fruit as they make you believe

"Hit is made with delicious fruits," says a voiceover while interspersed shots of blackberries, mangoes and fresh passion fruit appear in the scene. A man takes a bottle of juice ...
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Venezuela, Apatridia, Mujeres

Babies Without a Homeland That the Venezuelan Exodus May Leave in Colombia

Juliana arrived in Colombia a few months ago, driven by hunger and poverty in Venezuela. She worries not only for herself and the family she left behind, but also for ...
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Venezuela migration

“Cúcuta: Emergency Exit,” A Special Series at the Frontlines

Follow the journey of ordinary Venezuelans risking it all in search of better lives, through the eyes and lens of these fearless journalists and photographers, in stories woven through words, ...
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Disclosing public servants’ private interests: A powerful but unexploited anti-corruption tool

Both the legislation and the case law of other countries have made considerable efforts to exploit the potential of the disclosure of private interests of public servants as an anti-corruption tool. In contrast, Colombia has yet to adopt these reforms and judicial pronouncements.
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The Punishment of Silence: Mental Health Around the World

Far from being an issue of self-care, about which we can speak as casually as we do physical illnesses, mental health is something that we prefer to keep in silence. It’s a topic that carries certain collective fear, shame, and prejudice.
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My Name is Nobody

As a human being, Alba needs to be able to assume her identity without fear. But if the conditions she experiences persist and the impacts on her health are made invisible, she could end up having this name that no human being should ever have – whether as a survival mechanism or because of her state of marginalization.
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Stories
FromTheTerritory

We travel with 20 indigenous activists of the world to the heart of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. Listen to this story about the Kankuama Resistance.


Dejusticia's
Documentaries

Discover some of the documentary pieces that we have made. Indigenous resistance, migration of Venezuelans to Colombia and stories of women coca growers, are some of our topics of interest.

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