Ethno-Reparations: Ethnic Collective Justice and Reparations for Afro and Indigenous Communities in Colombia
This text begins by explaining the concept of "collective ethnic justice" and then offers practical guidance on how it can be achieved in practice by describing relevant principles and criteria found in Colombian and international law.
This work questions the myth of racial democracy in Colombia and is the full version of the Report on Racial Discrimination and Rights of Afro-Colombian population.
The chapters in which members of Dejusticia participate are number 4 (Gender violence and constitutional justice in Colombia by Julissa Mantilla Falcón and Rodrigo Uprimny Yepes) and 5 (Reparations with a gender focus: the potential to transform discrimination and exclusion by Diana Esther Guzmán).
This unprecedented work offers a thorough analysis of the current situation of Afro-Colombians, providing a sociological and legal basis to advocate for the promotion of their rights.
No Truce: Public Policies for the Reparation for Women Victims of Sexual Violence During Dictatorships
This book is the product of a reflection process of groups that share a common past characterized by armed conflicts and military regimes responsible for massive human rights violations of their citizens.
This chapter analyzes the jurisprudential application of the equality clause as a constitutional right and proposes a test of reasonableness and compares this clause with those in American and European jurisprudences.