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 Dejusticia book presents an analytical framework and an empirical panorama of the reality of indigenous and afro-descendant rights throughout the region. To this end, it traces trends, advances and tensions in the regulation of cultural diversity and ethnic-racial justice through the analysis of four themes
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.
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.
Legislators formed the Congressional Women's Caucus during the legislative period 2006-2010. This text seeks to give visibility to this process through the reconstruction of its history, challenges, and achievements.
This document analyzes the possible reach and limitations of two of the key requirements of Law 1475 of 2011 in order to identify strategies that will encourage the political participation of women in party politics. Historically, they have suffered from discrimination in their attempts to participate politically.
By Felipe Jiménez Ángel, José Rafael Espinosa Restrepo, Juan David Parra Heredia, Mauricio García Villegas |
Using empirical evidence from state-administered exams, this book shows how public education in Colombia is a segregated system. It is a system that is separate and unequal, violating the right to non-discrimination and equal opportunity enshrined in Colombia´s Constitution.