The theme of presidential reelection has been present, with brief interruptions, in the headlines of the national press since 2004. A lot has been said, discussed and analyzed in favor and against reelection during this period. The main point of contention lies in the conception of democracy.
This publication contributes answers to the challenges based on the need to repair grave violations committed in a context of war, poverty and exclusion.
The chapters in which members of Dejusticia participate are number 4 (Gender violence and constitutional justice in Colombia by Julissa Mantilla Falcón and Rodrigo Uprimny Yepes) and 5 (Reparations with a gender focus: the potential to transform discrimination and exclusion by Diana Esther Guzmán).
The article offers and analysis of the impacts of the Free Trade Agreement between the United States and Colombia.
The book investigates the application of various social rights with an emphasis on the right to education.
This book offers a collection of essays that analyze and compare the educational public politics of Bogotá with those other cities and other countries in Latin America.
The guide is an effort to improve the quality and availability of the information regarding the systems in place to protect human rights. It serves as a reference for individuals interested in the relation of justice, conflict, law and order to human rights.