Posts Tagged ‘Proceso de paz’
Everything You Need to Know About the Colombian Peace Process
César Rodríguez Garavito, Executive Director of Dejusticia, gives a crash course on these complex aspects of the Colombian transition to peace in this talk at the American University of Beirut sponsored by The Legal Agenda and Issam Fares Institute.Read More
Los Guáimaros resist being forgotten
August 30th marks the 15th anniversary of the massacre in the village of Los Guáimaros, in Montes de María. Despite the cruelty of those 15 deaths and their impact, their story remains untold and no one knows who did it.Read More
Dejusticia refrains from commenting on selection of Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP) members
In order to maintain our autonomy and preserve the capacity for independent reflection, we will not comment on the applicants to the Integral System of Truth, Justice, Reparation and Non-Repetition.Read More
Prison is not the only sanction in transitional justice mechanisms
César Rodríguez argued that the Comprehensive System of Truth, Justice, Reparation and Guarantees of Non-Repetition is in harmony with the Constitution. Regarding different penalties, he affirmed that international law discusses effective sanctions, not jail.Read More
The 1991 Constitution is open to peace and the profound transformations that it will require
What is the nature, scope and type of control that the Constitutional Court must exercise over the Legislative Acts issued to implement the Final Peace Agreement? This is an intervention by Rodrigo Uprimny before the High Court.Read More
Press Release for the General Public and the Dialogue Table in La Habana
The signatory organizations address this statement to the general public and the Dialogue Table in La Habana, in order to present legal and political conciliatory points on certain issues of the Peace Agreement signed by the Colombian Government and the FARC EP on September 26th, 2016.
Is a Plebiscite or a National Constituent Assembly the Right, Viable, and Convenient Mechanism to Put the Peace Agreement to a Popular Vote?
Rodrigo Uprimny’s intervention in the National Forum “End of the Conflict” and “Popular Vote Mechanisms, Implementation, and Verification”.Read More
What Happens in Colombia Affects What Happens in Havana?
Dejusticia and the Konrad Adenaur Foundation held a coffee and debate that began with that question. Here are the results.Read More
Organizations Request Commitment to the Elimination of Gendered Violence in Habana
The Gender Subcommission invited ten human and women’s rights organizations to meet in Cuba.Read More