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Arguments and pathways for the ratification of the American Convention on Protecting the Human Rights of Older Persons

On June 15, 2015, the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) adopted the text of the Inter-American Convention on Protecting the Human Rights of Older Persons (Convention on Older Persons).
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Legal Framework for the Sugary Drinks Tax in Colombia

The document provides a summary on the legal framework for the sugary drinks tax in Colombia

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Palliative Care and its Status in Latin America

Dejusticia launched a report on the status of palliative care across eight countries in Latin America.

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The OECD and the Downscaling of Labor and Pension Policies: Imagining Alternatives through Decent Work and Rights

This document analyzes the tensions in the OECD's recommendations in labor and pensions and the legal obligations of the state regarding decent work and international human rights law.

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Fiscal Policy and Human Rights in the Americas: Mobilizing Resources to Guarantee Rights

Report written for the thematic hearing on Fiscal Policy and Human Rights of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR).

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Challenges to the Inter-American System of Human Rights

This book chronicles how a group of Latin American human rights organizations worked together to develop new strategies monitor the so-called “strengthening process” of the CIDH.

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Radical Deprivation on Trial

This book by César Rodríguez Garavito and Diana Rodríguez Franco is a fundamental contribution to the study of the most relevant judicial innovations courts have done in the past decade.

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Human Rights in Minefields

This book compiles accounts from sixteen action-researchers from the global South about different human rights issues in their respective countries. It is the result of the first Global Action-Research Workshop hosted and organized by Dejusticia.

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The Future of Human Rights: From Gatekeeping to Symbiosis

The international human rights movement faces a context of uncertainty due to: (i) the rise of a multipolar world with new emerging powers, (ii) the emergence of new actors and legal and political strategies, (iii) the challenges and opportunities presented by information and communication technologies, as well as (iv) the threat posed by extreme environmental degradation.

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