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IN FOCUS: Facial Recognition Tech Stories and Rights Harms from around the World

The indiscriminate use of Facial Recognition Technology (FRT) globally by law enforcement and other government agencies is dangerously normalising surveillance. The full harmful impacts and effects of this technology on people’s lives are only beginning to emerge. A new INCLO report showcasing FRT stories from around the world flags the risk of creating societies where…
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Human Rights Due Diligence to Identify, Prevent and Account for Human Rights Impacts by Business Enterprises

The aim of this document is to present to the IACHR, as it develops a report with guidelines for Business and Human rights and as it engages more generally with human rights violations in the context of business activities, a summary of the main areas of concern with regard to human rights due diligence.
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This document focuses on implementation and access to effective remedies in the context of business activities. It also collects Inter-American standards that have an impact on the monitoring and on plans for the implementation of the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. Moreover, it collects examples of practices that must improve in order to protect human rights in the context of business enterprises.
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Monitoring report on Resolution 1325 of the United Nations, Colombia 2017

he Sixth Monitoring Report of Resolution 1325 is a monitoring and implementation instrument, produced by Coalition 1325 since 2011. This report becomes important in the framework of the implementation of the Final Agreement between the Colombian Government and the FARC-EP, It follows up on Resolution 1325 and provides tools to assess the application of the gender approach and the participation of women in the implementation of the Agreement.
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On corruption in Colombia: conceptual framework, diagnosis and policy proposals

According to the Corruption Perceptions Index by Transparency International for 2016, Colombia obtained a rating of 37/100. How to characterize the phenomenon of corruption in Colombia and what academic and public policy strategies can be adopted to counteract it?
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Peace, everyone’s business! Corporate accountability in transitional justice: lessons for Colombia

The report includes a comparative study of eight countries (Argentina, Brazil, South Africa, Guatemala, East Timor, Sierra Leone and Liberia) that used transitional justice to judge crimes by corporate actors during armed conflicts.
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ICAR and Dejusticia Release Assessment of Colombian National Action Plan

ICAR and Dejusticia are pleased to publish an assessment of the Colombian National Action Plan (NAP) on business and human rights.

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Alternative report to the United Nations Committee Against Forced Displacement

Dejusticia and five allied organizations presented an alternative report to the United Nations Committee Against Forced Displacement before its 11th Session, which took place on October 3-14, 2016.
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Technical Report for Alternatives to Imprisonment for Drug-Related Offenses

This document, which was prepared by a Technical Working Group led by Rodrigo Uprimny and made up of experts from the region, offers a range of alternatives to imprisonment that countries in the Americas could implement.

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National Survey of Legal Needs

Commissioned by the Ministry of Justice and the World Bank, this survey assesses the state of access to justice in urban Colombia, identifies obstacles, and offers recommendations to improve access to justice and facilitate conflict resolution.
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