Posts Tagged ‘Constitución de 1991’

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How to Change the Box “Sex” on Your Documents: Infographic

Dejusticia, alongside other organizations, intervened before the Court in the case of a trans woman who saw her rights to identity and dignitiy violated by the state not allowing her to change her sex on official documents.

 

The Constitutional Court ruled in her favor, and the ruling served as a precedent for the Decree 1227 that now allows people to change their sex on official ocuments through a notarized deed.

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Democracy without Participation?

It is foolish, the result of an elitist and antiquated view, to think of social protests as a deficiency. On the contrary, it is the best sign that the excluded sector feels they have a voice to participate politically and express their disagreements.

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The Year of Hope for Peace

For those of us who were born in the 80’s, hope is almost an unknown feeling. We know that it is like an abstract idea, since we hear it from the mouth of leaders who fought against the violence. But back then the idea was not only never put in practice, it was also used to aggressively repress those who dared proclaim it.

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Prison for Protesting?

It had been a long time since such an objectionable, anti-democratic and unconstitutional piece of legislation, like the one presented by the Minister of Defense, meant to punish with jail time those who go out in to the streets to protest, was presented in Congress.

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