Transitional justice is a limited legal framework for responding to problems of distributive justice in contexts of exclusion from access to goods and services, such as access to land by peasants, which is accentuated in contexts of generalized violence, such as Colombia. The process of land restitution in Colombia has shown some of these limitations; however, this process has also made it possible to understand that dogmatics such as constitutional justice, accompanied by the provision of services by the State, do promote access to goods and services for victims.
|Translated title of the contribution||From transitional justice to post-agreement rural reform: many obstacles and a long way to go|
|Title of host publication||Truth, Justice and Reconciliation in Colombia|
|Editors||Fabio Andres Días Pabon|
|Place of Publication||New York|
|Number of pages||26|
|State||Published - May 4 2018|
|Name|| Europa Perspectives in Transitional Justice|