This book studies the Colombia's social reality through local institutions.
By Natalia Orduz |
The first book of the collection is about the rights to prior consultation and free, prior and informed participation.
Ethno-Reparations: Ethnic Collective Justice and Reparations for Afro and Indigenous Communities in Colombia
This text begins by explaining the concept of "collective ethnic justice" and then offers practical guidance on how it can be achieved in practice by describing relevant principles and criteria found in Colombian and international law.
Access to justice and effective remedy have become a crucial element in the protection of human rights within the context of business activities, as well as an area of fundamental importance to judges and lawyers who aim to promote the rule of law and human rights.
This paper demonstrates how drug policy in the country tended to a progressive hardening along the twentieth century and, notwithstanding, failed to be effective in reducing supply and in combating organized crime networks dedicated to trafficking.
This book articulates a comprehensive vision of not only the the social and political effects of the paramilitary phenomenon in Colombia, but also of the institutional and legal weaknesses of the Colombian government, which has been captured by mafias and political actors.
In Search of a Transformative and Participatory Concept of Reparations in the Context of Transitional Justice
This article aims to help overcome some of the limitations of the prevailing transitional justice approach.
This publication discusses the implications of the capture of the Colombian State by illegal armed groups.
What role do the courts play in a democracy? What kind of judicial interventions are required to promote public policies that effectively guarantee rights and encourage social change? This book answers these and other questions.
By Dejusticia |
This work questions the myth of racial democracy in Colombia and is the full version of the Report on Racial Discrimination and Rights of Afro-Colombian population.