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Why is having a fast-track mechanism important to implement the Peace Accord? Rodrigo Uprimny´s intervention before the Constitutional Court

Procedures for implementing the Agreement are indispensable insofar as they aim to ensure the rapid, comprehensive and reliable implementation of the Agreement, and are consistent with the key elements of the 1991 Constitution.
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The National Comprehensive Program for the Substitution of Illicit Crops (PNIS) needs more concreteness, a road map and a more global vision for integral rural development

We put forward some recommendations aimed at ensuring the proper implementation of point 4 of the Final Agreement: "Solution to the Problem of Illicit Drugs", especially in relation to the National Comprehensive Program for the Substitution of Illicit Crops (PNIS).
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Lessons for Colombia from eight countries on corporate responsibility in transitional justice: report

The report includes a comparative study of eight countries (Argentina, Brazil, South Africa, Guatemala, East Timor, Sierra Leone and Liberia) that used transitional justice to judge crimes by corporate actors during armed conflicts.
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Peace Implementation: What’s in the works; what already happened (and what should not go through fast-track)

Visit Dejusticia's web resource, El tránsito a la Paz (The Road to Peace), and view our featured "Visible Fast Track" section
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Proposal for the draft legislative act giving stability and security to the Final Agreement

As part of a plural group, Dejusticia presents an analysis on the political expediency and constitutional justification of Draft Legislative Act 01 of 2016 Senate (PAL 1/2016), which gives stability and legal security to the Final Peace Agreement.

 

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The first four books of the “Ideas for Peace Building” collection are already available

The series, which will have a total of ten texts, seeks to provide thematic documents that offer diagnoses and proposals on some of the post-agreement challenges.

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An organization with collective leadership: our history reviewed in the Leader Network

The Leader Network chose Dejusticia to initiate the series of profiles on collective leadership. The profile published in Silla Vacía investigates three fundamental measures of leadership: vision, example and results.

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The transition to peace: our commitment to democratize and contribute to the implementation process of the agreement

In Dejusticia, we believe that citizen participation and the transparency of the implementation process are fundamental for the construction of a lasting peace beyond what is agreed on paper. In that sense we want to contribute with the website 'The transit to peace'.

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Communiqué on transparency and publicity of decree-laws and process management of the Constitutional Court, in the fast-track

Dejusticia, alongside several civil society organizations, academics and research centers, issued an open letter with proposals to create transparency and dissemination measures regarding the development of norms to implement the peace accord.
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