This article examines the theoretical debate and the comparative experiences of labor clauses in free trade agreements and proposes norms for the FTA between Colombia and the United States that effectively protect labor rights.(In: Catalina Botero & Andrea Guardo, eds. Economía social de mercado y tratados de libre comercio en Colombia. Fundación Social y Fund. Konrad Adenauer, 2004)
Constitutional Protection of Rights in Brazil, Spain and Colombia: Constitutional Control of the Sentences
The works collected in this volume, on the Brazilian, Spanish, and Colombian experience, analyze some of the problems derived from the functional reach assigned to their cores.
This chapter analyzes two apparently paradoxical aspects of Colombian judicial evolution: its protagonism and its enormous political visibility, on the one hand, and its routinization and loss of social relevance, on the other.
The Search for Alternative Economies in Times of Globalization: the Case Study of Informal Recycling in Bogotá
This text examines the potential of supportive economy in the context of globalization, by the way of a case study on the informal recycling cooperatives in Bogotá.
By Dejusticia |
This introductory chapter theorizes and documents the diverse initiatives of supportive economy and working transnational mobilization that promises of counterhegemonic globalization.
This introductory study analyzes one of the most influential contemporary debates about the interpretation of rights and judicial decision, initiated between theorists Herbert Hart and Ronald Dworkin.
This chapter analyzes the jurisprudential application of the equality clause as a constitutional right and proposes a test of reasonableness and compares this clause with those in American and European jurisprudences.