By Dejusticia |
International Community Must Advance a Democratic, Non-Violent Solution to Venezuela’s Crisis.
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With the rise of right-wing presidents in Latin America, measures like the referral can be abused by such governments to advance their political agendas in the region, thereby delegitimizing the crucial cause of seeking justice for victims in Venezuela as a common goal.
More than 8,200 pregnant Venezuelan women have entered the country. Their babies will be born in Colombia, but will not be Colombian. This is our first contribution to #PanasEnColombia, an initiative by the UNHCR, El Tiempo, W Radio and Dejusticia.
Dejusticia (Colombia) and Provea (Venezuela) brought together ten journalists from Venezuela and three from Colombia to tell, through seven heartbreaking stories of suffering, sacrifice and hope at the border between the two countries.
Colombia must obtain resources to guarantee the right to health of Venezuelan migrants: Constitutional Court
By Mauricio Albarracín, Valentina Rozo, Lucía Ramírez Bolívar, Silvia Ruiz, Rodrigo Uprimny Yepes, César Rodríguez-Garavito |
The high court protected the right to health of two undocumented Venezuelans and requested the government to advance as "expeditiously and effectively as possible" towards the full realization of migrants' right to health, regardless of their immigration status. Dejusticia intervened in the case.
By Lucía Ramírez Bolívar, Mauricio Albarracín, Rodrigo Uprimny Yepes, César Rodríguez-Garavito, Valentina Rozo, Silvia Ruiz |
The Constitutional Court invited Dejusticia to present their legal opinion on two cases concerning the right to health of people coming from Venezuela.
By Dejusticia |
Dejusticia presented an amicus brief in the case of Ríos y otros vs. Venezuela in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights regarding violations of article 13 and 1.1 of the American Convention.