The right to communication means the collective enunciation of the message. Actually, we are all message producers, due to our will, technologies and politics. The reader will find in "Silence is not possible anymore" the celebration of communication as part of the political imagination.
This unprecedented work offers a thorough analysis of the current situation of Afro-Colombians, providing a sociological and legal basis to advocate for the promotion of their rights.
No Truce: Public Policies for the Reparation for Women Victims of Sexual Violence During Dictatorships
This book is the product of a reflection process of groups that share a common past characterized by armed conflicts and military regimes responsible for massive human rights violations of their citizens.
This book is a summary of diverse conferences that took place at the "Truth and Repair in Colombia: from the victims’ perspective" seminar revolved around the same issue: a search for solutions for repair and reconciliation in Colombia.
By Catalina Botero Marino, Juan Fernando Jaramillo (Deceased), Mauricio García Villegas, Rodrigo Uprimny Yepes |
The problem that is discussed in this document is: What can we do to avoid those "train crashes" that do much harm to justice, and therefore to the whole country?
The studies contained in this book offer empirical, regulatory and conceptual tools that can help understand transitional justice in Colombia.
This book compiles six studies whose central idea is that of promoting an accusatory criminal system in Colombia.
The Penal Process Between Efficiency and Justice: The Technical Application of Judicial Direction of the Process of the Penal Accusatory System
This book examines the functions of direction, control and management in the process that should exert the Colombian judge into the framework of the new accusatory penal system that has been implemented by the Legislative Act 3 of 2002 and the Law 906 of 2004.