This article presents critical questions for reflection and the major current discussions concerning the survival of one of the most important constitutional for public interest and human rights in Colombia: popular actions. After 13 years of Law 472 issued in 1998 and the results evidenced in the exercise citizen advocacy groups, Colombia is going through a legal situa- tion aimed at dismantling the democratic achievement of different strategies through legislative, administrative and media. In this paper, the result of follow-up investigations developed by the Universidad del Rosario, are evidence of the regressive phase of collective rights and proposes alternatives to try to save an institution that by its historical roots are ancient and their future vision is postmodern.
|Translated title of the contribution||Could colombian popular action survive recent legislative and jurisprudential attacks|
|Number of pages||24|
|State||Published - Jan 1 2012|