Posts Tagged ‘Sistema penal’
Launch of Effective Criminal Defence in Latin America in Washington D.C.
Monitoring Criminal Sanctions imposed on Teenagers: Formulating a Methodolgy
In this document we describe the watch group monitoring criminal sanctions imposed on teenagers under the Criminal Responsibility System for Teenagers (SRPA in Spanish).Read More
Sanctions for Teenagers in the Judicial District of Medellin
Dejusticia designed a system to monitor the sanctions imposed on teenagers by the Criminal Responsibility System for Teenagers (SRPA in Spanish). This document describes how it worked and the results of the pilot-test.Read More
Prison laws and Drugs: Any changes?
A few days ago, the new Prison Law came into force with the goal of reducing the structural problems of the prison system.Read More
The second round of the Legal Framework for Peace
Petro’s balcony –and now, Falcao’s knee—have managed to overshadow the recent Constitutional Court decision regarding the Legal Framework for Peace.Read More
The Statue of Liberty… Chained
The Statue of Liberty has traditionally been a symbol for immigrants to the United States, representing their arrival to a free country. But considering how rapidly the prison population has grown, the Statue of Liberty should now be displayed in chains.Read More
The Ways of Democracy
Once again, the Constitutional Court announced a decision that shook up the political power in Colombia and it positioned itself, again, as the arbitrator of political positions on a highly controversial issue that is fundamental to Colombian institutions.Read More