This book seeks to contribute to the difficult debate on how to reconcile the imperatives of justice and the rights of the victims, with the internal dynamics of a peace negotiation.
This book defends the idea that people living in isolated territories have a right to institutional assistance; in other words, they have a right to government. Not just to any government, but one that that protects their dignity and their rights.
By Catherin García Nuñez, Diana Esther Guzmán Rodríguez, Nathalia Sandoval Rojas, Nina Chaparro González, Silvia Rojas Castro |
This study intends is contribute to the empirical research on voluntary interruption of pregnancy (VIP).