Colombia

12 May 2016

Crimes internationaux, Bogota, colombie

International crimes in Colombia: how can impunity be stopped?

Lawyers without Borders Canada (LWBC) presented a report on the impunity mechanisms present in the Colombian justice system. The report is the outcome of two years of observation, monitoring and analysis of 15 cases of international crimes which took place in Colombia. It contains practical recommendations to strengthen compliance with international standards and victims’ rights in the conduct of investigations and criminal trials in Colombia.

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10 December 2014

International justice is everybody’s business

On Human Rights Day, ASF recalls that international criminal justice is a collective issue. International crimes affect firstly the victims of human rights violations, but also their community, lawyers, prosecutors, judges, perpetrators and society. Under the slogan “Together for international justice”, ASF’s Crossroads campaign highlights the fact that countries emerging from a crisis or conflict will build their future by dealing with crimes of the past.

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16 October 2012

Colombia: No peace without justice

On the eve of the Oslo peace talks between the FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia) rebels and the Colombian government, the question of justice in Colombia is ever-present.

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16 August 2011

Contributing to the fight against impunity in the Americas

Sorry, this entry is only available in Dutch and French.

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