This book collects the essential from the texts on justice elaborated during the last decade in the Center for the Study of Law, Justice and Society - Dejusticia.
By Diana Isabel Güiza Gómez, Juan Fernando Jaramillo (Deceased), Mauricio García Villegas, Rodrigo Uprimny Yepes |
Constitution, Democracy, and Rights is a compilation of some of Juan Fernando Jaramillo's best constitutional law articles. He was a founding member of Dejusticia who passed away young four years ago.
This book chronicles how a group of Latin American human rights organizations worked together to develop new strategies monitor the so-called “strengthening process” of the CIDH.
This book compiles accounts from sixteen action-researchers from the global South about different human rights issues in their respective countries. It is the result of the first Global Action-Research Workshop hosted and organized by Dejusticia.
This Dejusticia book presents an analytical framework and an empirical panorama of the reality of indigenous and afro-descendant rights throughout the region. To this end, it traces trends, advances and tensions in the regulation of cultural diversity and ethnic-racial justice through the analysis of four themes
Action research combines academic studies, participation in public debates, public policy advocacy, and the strengthening of institutions (for example, think tanks and nongovernmental organizations).