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Marriage Equality Approved

The Constitutional Court approved marriage equality. Congratulations! Here are some of the arguments that Dejusticia has presented over time.

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International Conference on Diversity in Public Employment

This conference seeks to encourage training and exchange of experiences about the benefits garnered by understanding the management of diversity in public employment as a strategic value that improves the public administration of a country.

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The Depenalization of Abortion in Colombia: Ten Years of a Right Unfulfilled

Ten years have passed since the ruling depenalizing abortion and the paronama in Colombia has not changed significantly. Dejusticia has always been committed to this issue and continues to work to overcome the obstacles that have presented themsleves in the execution of this ruling.

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Dejusticia Intervenes in IACHR Public Hearing regarding Measures to Reduce Pre-Trial Detention in Latin America

This Tuesday April 5th 9AM Dejusticia, alongside other organizations, will intervene regarding the issue of women, prisons, and drug offenses. 

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Impunity for Sexual Violence Associated with the Armed Conflict Persists

This is the conclusion of the Sixth Monitoring Report of the Constitutional Court's Ruling 092 of 2008 and Ruling 009 of 2015.

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The Council of State Maintains in Force the “Trans Decree” for the Correction of People’s Gender in the Civil Registry

The Court ruled to maintain the fast and easy procedure that the Decree 1227 of 2015 established.

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Dejusticia and Racial Discrimination Watch Join Alliance for Diversity and Inclusion in Public Employment

Dejusticia and Racial Discrimination Watch will join The Administrative Department of Public Employment and the ACDI VOCA.

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Open Call for Altocontraste Photography Contest

Commemorating Racial Discrimination Watch's 10 years. Submissions welcome from both professional and amateur photographers. Open until May 6th, 2016.

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Dejusticia’s Director Appears before the Inter-American Court as Expert in Modern Slavery Case in Brazil

This Thursday February 19th César Rodríguez Garavito, Dejusticia's executive director, will intervene as an expert in the first case that considers forced labor in the Americas, regarding a complaint about slave work in Brazil.

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