Human rights are undergoing a transformation. Around the world debates have proliferated regarding human rights discourses, practices, and studies to the point that some speak about "the end of human rights." This context is unlike anything since the beginning of the international human rights system around the mid twentieth century.
Given the disappointing implementation levels in various countries and across human rights systems, this guide seeks to contribute to the discussion regarding strategies for courts, international decision-makers, and civil society to increase the implementation of ESCR decisions.
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.
This paper provides some evidence for the discussion of the budget of the judicial authorities in Colombia and propose an alternative to reform its budget system.
The article offers and analysis of the impacts of the Free Trade Agreement between the United States and Colombia.
The book investigates the application of various social rights with an emphasis on the right to education.
This book offers a collection of essays that analyze and compare the educational public politics of Bogotá with those other cities and other countries in Latin America.