This report presents the results of a study on living conditions and residential segregation in twelve cities of Colombia
This document examines the situation of female victims of human rights violations due to the Colombian armed conflict and their ability to effectively access justice.
In this document the authors explore why the focus on gender is important to the integral restitution of land. It also shows that this focus is both useful and necessary to the full, effective and respectful restitution of human rights of the victims.
By Annika Dalén |
This document identifies some of the biggest obstacles that the partial decriminalization of abortion faces in Colombia.
This document describes the current status of voluntary interruption of pregnancy (VIP) regulation in Colombia.
By Dejusticia |
This paper documents the first Colombian quantitative study on racial discrimination in the labor market, specifically in Bogotá. The study finds that the skin color has a direct and negative effect on the chances of finding a job.
By Yukyan Lam |
This book documents the Police Forces' treatment of the Afro-Colombian population in Cali.
This text shows how, in addition to being disproportionately punitive, the way the government implements its drug laws is discriminatory. Drug laws are applied in certain geographic regions more than others, and some crimes are prosecuted more than others.