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’.Read More
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.Read More
On February 14, Rodrigo Uprimny participated in the hearing convened by the First Committee of the Senate to discuss the constitutional reform project that creates the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) and regulates the special treatment of the Public Force. This reform is two debates from being approved by the Senate. Find here the document on which your intervention was based and which gives an overview of this projectRead More
The House of Representatives has already approved the constitutional reform that creates the Special Peace Jurisdiction (JEP) and regulates the special treatment to the public force. This project, which will give life to the transitional justice mechanism to investigate and punish the crimes committed during the conflict, is two debates in the Senate from becoming a reality.Read More
Academics and organizations, including Dejusticia, sign a communiqué to present analysis on the political convention and constitutional justification of the Draft Legislative Act 02 of 2016 Chamber, accumulated with the Draft Legislative Act 03 of 2016, which among other things creates the Comprehensive System of Truth, Justice, Reparation and Non-Repetition, in what includes the JEP and regulates the special criminal treatment for state agents.
The following text presents some reflections to the public and the national Congress related to the constitutional reform project that seeks to give stability and judicial security to the peace accord signed between the Colombia government and the FARC on November 24th, 2016.Read More
Twelve civil society organizations, including Dejusticia, signed a letter addressed to President Juan Manuel Santos and members of the CSIVI to support Legislative Act 1 of 2016, which regulates fast-track, and to propose 7 measures to guarantee transparency and Citizen participation in the design, deliberation and implementation of the public policies foreseen in the Final Agreement.Read More