Transitional Justice and indigenous Jurisdictions Processes in Colombia: 4 cases-studies and multi-site ethnography

Título traducido de la contribución: Justicia transicional y jurisdicciones indígenas Procesos en Colombia: 4 estudios de caso y etnografía multisitio

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La justicia transicional y su gama de mecanismos y objetivos parecen ser un debate importante sobre cómo abordar las violaciones de los derechos humanos cometidas en el pasado en las sociedades en transición o en situaciones posteriores a conflictos. Debido a la Ley de Paz y Justicia 975 de 2005 y al actual escenario colombiano de un proceso de paz entre el Estado colombiano y las FARC, el análisis de este tipo de "justicia" y de la jurisdicción indígena parece ser un tema complejo en Colombia. Los autores quisieran discutir los diferentes usos de las leyes internacionales y nacionales relativas a los pueblos indígenas en Colombia, como un proceso social de interacciones complejas que involucra diferentes tipos de agentes (actores estatales, ONGs, organizaciones internacionales, organizaciones indígenas, abogados, etc.). Además, será importante discutir cómo el marco de la justicia transicional en Colombia trae alguna incongruencia para coordinar y aplicar conceptos de acuerdo a la jurisdicción indígena, basándose en cuatro estudios de caso y trabajo etnográfico que tratan sobre la producción internacional de derecho consuetudinario.
Idioma originalEnglish (US)
Título de la publicación alojadaHandbook Of Research On Transitional Justice And Peace Building In Turbulent Regions
EditorialIGI Global Publishing
Páginas1 - 20
Número de páginas20
ISBN (versión digital)9781466696754
DOI
EstadoPublished - 2017

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Santamaria Chavarro, A. (2017). Transitional Justice and indigenous Jurisdictions Processes in Colombia: 4 cases-studies and multi-site ethnography. En Handbook Of Research On Transitional Justice And Peace Building In Turbulent Regions (pp. 1 - 20 ). IGI Global Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-4666-9675-4.ch020
Santamaria Chavarro, Angela. / Transitional Justice and indigenous Jurisdictions Processes in Colombia: 4 cases-studies and multi-site ethnography. Handbook Of Research On Transitional Justice And Peace Building In Turbulent Regions. IGI Global Publishing, 2017. pp. 1 - 20
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