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Nullity action against the administrative act through which the House of Representatives chose Dr. Volmar Perez as Ombudsman on August 19, 2008.

Dejusticia, the Human Corporation Regional Center for Human Rights and Gender Justice, the Women National Network, and the Antigone Corporation for Social Development, Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law, filed a nullity action against the administrative act through which the House of Representatives chose Dr. Volmar Perez as Ombudsman, arguing that the triad formed by the national government did not respect the law of equal participation of women (Law 581 of 2000) which requires that the lists of candidates for positions such as the Ombudsman include at least one woman.
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Supreme Court of Justice sanctions nightclubs of Bogotá due to racial discrimination

Racial Discrimination Watch filed a tutela against the President, Bogotá´s Mayors Office and three night clubs for racial discrimination
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Health Care: Afro Descendents

Public action of unconstitutionality of articles 1 through 30 of the Law 691 of 2001, which regulates the participation of ethnic groups in the General System of Social Security, alleging violations of the introduction and of articles 1, 2, 7, 11, 12, 13, 48, 49, 70, 85, 93, 330 (paragraph), 55 transitory of the Political Constitution.
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Rights of the Black Communities

The Community Counsel of the Islands of Rosario filed a tutela against INCODER, arguing that the State has violated its rights of petition and due process, as well as the prior consultation rights of the community, and the existence, and cultural integrity of the community.
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Abortion

Dejusticia intervened in Nicaragua, Mexico and Colombia arguing for the legalization of abortion in these countries.
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