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Democracy, Justice & Society: Ten Years of Research at Dejusticia

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. 

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Constitution, Democracy, and Rights: Selected Texts from Juan Jaramillo

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.

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Challenges to the Inter-American System of Human Rights

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.

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Human Rights in Minefields

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.

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Recognition with Redistribution: Ethno-Racial Law and Justice in Latin America

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

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Amphibious Research: Action Research in a Multimedia World

Action research combines academic studies, participation in public debates, public policy advocacy, and the strengthening of institutions (for example, think tanks and nongovernmental organizations).

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Transitional Justice Measures

Participation in Transitional Justice Measures: A Comparative Study

The study analyzes participatory scenarios involving not only victims but also civil society in a broader sense, as the latter has also been very important for the promotion, adoption, and implementation of transitional justice measures.
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Beyond the Binary: Securing Peace and Promoting Justice after Conflict

The main objective of Beyond the Binary is to place on record the need to formulate answers to the question of the role that criminal action and punishment should play in negotiated political transitions from war to peace.
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Transnational Advocacy Networks

Activists, particularly those based in the global South, have accumulated a wealth of experience in dealing with a range of transnational networks operating in diverse issue areas. New theoretical understandings have reflected this accumulating experience.
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Entre coacción y colaboración: Verdad judicial, actores económicos y conflicto armado en Colombia

While it is clear that many of the economic actors lack responsibility in the conflict and others have been victims of it, some research has shown that some did have a decisive role in the origin, development and perpetuation of the cycles of armed conflict in the country.
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Justice through Transitions: Conflict, Peacemaking and Human Rights in the Global South

What does justice mean in times of transition? What kinds of possibilities and dissapointments emerge from processes of seeking justice through transition? How might we understand these processes through narrative?
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Palliative Care: A Human Rights Approach to Health Care

This edition is an English translation of "Cuidados paliativos: El abordaje de la atención en salud desde un enfoque de derechos humanos", published by Dejusticia in August 2016; the data was not updated for the English translation.
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