Negotiating from the margins: The political participation of women in the peace processes of Colombia (1982-2016)
By Javier Eduardo Revelo Rebolledo, José Rafael Espinosa Restrepo, Mauricio García Villegas, Natalia Duarte, Nicolás Torres Echeverry |
This text, which at first seems to broach simply a legal debate, is truly about how to resolve the human drama of what to do when women attempt to access legal abortions, but face innumerable obstacles which end up limiting it.
This report was prepared with the Colectivo de Estudios Drogas y Derecho and discusses alternatives to prison for drug-related offenses.
By Carolina Villadiego Burbano, José Rafael Espinosa Restrepo, Lina Arroyave Velásquez, Mauricio García Villegas, Sebastián Lalinde Ordóñez |
This research project aims to do a diagnostic about the National Program on Multi-Door Courthoses and make some public policy recommendations that could magnify their virtues and improve access to justice.
This text seeks to harmonize the duty of the National Police to preserve public order and guarantee security with the right to privacy.
Training on Issues on Sexual Violence in the Armed Conflict: A Methodological Proposal for Public Servants
We contribute some pedagogical materials to develop a training program on this topic. We hope its implementation will contribute to an improvement in the attention given to survivors, and the investigation and judicialization of sexual violence committed in the armed conflict with the goal of reducing impunity for these crimes and increasing survivors' access to justice.
By Vivian Newman Pont |
This document explores the response of Colombian law and jurisprudence to the tensions between intimacy and the publicity of data.
This document seeks to contribute new arguments to advance the debate about the implementation of guarantees to the right to choose in Colombia, overcoming the two obstacles outlined in the report.